Jewish Authors in Michigan Invited to Apply for JCC Book Fair

Jewish Authors in Michigan Invited to Apply for JCC Book Fair

(JCC, June 8, 2017)

West Bloomfield, MI – The Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit is in search of local authors for its Annual Jewish Book Fair, to be held this November at the JCC in West Bloomfield.

Books should be written by Jewish authors and/or have Jewish content, must have a Michigan connection and must have been published in 2016 or 2017. Fiction, non-fiction, poetry, cookbooks and more will be considered, as will self-published material.

Those whose works are selected to be included will have the opportunity to participate in an event especially for local authors and will have their books available for sale at the Annual Jewish Book Fair.

The JCC’s Annual Jewish Book Fair is the oldest and largest Jewish book fair in the country. Recent guests have included Jonathan Safran Foer, Andy Cohen, Peter Max, Madeleine Albright and Martin Indyk.

Each year, more than 40 leading authors on a wide range of topics appear at the book fair, which also includes a store with thousands of titles.

The deadline for submissions is July 12. For submission guidelines, please contact Sarah Gottlieb at

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