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Monday, September 9, 2013

September @ Georgia Center for the Book

All events are free. No tickets or reservations necessary. Visit the GCB website for further information.
Molly Haskell with Ellen Hampton, September 11th: My Brother My Sister is a memoir   about her brother, who revealed he would soon begin to live openly as a woman.
Jo Jo Moyes, September 12th: winner of the Romantic Novelists’ Association’s Romantic Novel Of The Year 2011
CeeLo Green, September 14th:  CeeLo will join us at the Stonecrest Library to sign his new book Everybody’s Brother.
Linda Spalding, September 18th: Her new book, The Purchase, is the story of a Quaker family in the early 1800s.
John Searles and Chris Bohjalian, September 19th: Editor at Cosmopolitan
Jasper Fforde, September 20th: Author of the “Thursday Next” novels reads from his new YA novel, The Song Of the Quarkbeast, A Last Dragonslayer Novel.
Poetry Atlanta Presents..., September 23rd: features three local poets: Michael Diebert, Kodac Harrison, and Ed Plavic
Kevin Phillips, September 25th: Pulitzer Prize winning author returns for the paperback release of 1775: A Good Year For Revolution.
Lynn Cullen, September 30th: launchs her historical novel, Mrs. Poe

Georgia Center for the Book at DeKalb County Public Library
215 Sycamore Street Decatur, Georgia 30030
(404) 370-8450 x 2225