LitFest is Back at the Boulder JCC

The 2020 fall season of author talks with luminaries such as Michael J. Fox, Ina Garten, Jodi Picoult, Yotam Ottolenghi, David Baldacci, and Natan Sharansky was an enormous success. The book talks give people the opportunity to hear from New York Times bestselling authors live from their living rooms in conversation with experienced interviewers for engaging discussions. The intimate setting makes for great conversations. 

This amazing program was built in partnership with the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta and developed into a National Literary Consortium of more than one hundred JCCs from across the country. We have partnered with Boulder Book Store to make the books conveniently available for shipping or curbside pick up. 

We hope you will join us for one or all of the following author talks as part of LitFest.

Wednesday, February 24 – Bill Gates, How to Avoid a Climate Disaster in Conversation with Kristen Welker. Ticket includes a copy of the book.

Thursday, March 4 – Walter Isaacson, The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race. In Conversation with Holly Firfer.

Sunday, March 7 – Mark Gerson, The Telling: How Judaism’s Essential Book Reveals the Meaning of Life. Every registered ticket holder receives a complimentary copy of the book! In Conversation with Rabbi Brian Glusman. 

Thursday, March 11 – Annabelle Gurwitch, You’re Leaving When? Adventures in Downward Mobility. In Conversation with Dave Barry.

Sunday, March 21 – Lisa Scottoline, Eternal: A Novel. In Conversation with Holly Firfer.

Thursday, March 25 – Sue Monk Kidd, The Book of Longings: A Novel. In Conversation with Greg Changnon. 

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