November 9th @ 7:15pm
Richard Jay Hutto’s new book is based in Macon. A Peculiar Tribe of People is a true life mystery thriller involving a murder, a trial, and some fascinating and bizarre characters.
November 9th @ 5:30pm-7pm
Robert Moses is a famous civil rights leader and education activist. In 2005, he invited 100 prominent African American and Latino intellectuals to meet and discuss the quality of education for all children. The meeting launched a movement and from these efforts his new book, Quality Education as a Constitutional Right, was produced.
November 10th @ 7:15pm
In a special “University in the Library” series, Georgia Center for the Book celebrates the 50th anniversary of To Kill a Mockingbird. The evening’s guests will be Tom McHaney, Cathy Powers, and Tom Key.
November 11th @ 7pm
In The Fall of the House of Zeus, author Curtis Wilkie tells the story of Dickie Scruggs. Scruggs is a brother-in-law of Trent Lott and was one of the most successful plaintiff lawyers. He took on cases against the tobacco and asbestos industries like a modern day Robin Hood. Then the truth was exposed of fixed cases, blocked investigations, and judicial tampering.
November 18th @ 7pm
Doors open at 6pm
Tickets are available online or in store at A Cappella Books.
Ticket price includes admission and a signed copy of Luka and the Fire of Life
Salman Rushdie will read from and discuss his latest work with the attendees.
November 19th @ 7pm
Admission: $5 (benefits the Decatur Education Foundation) or
Free entry with purchase of Autobiography of a Recovering Skinhead
The Frank Meeink story, as told to Jody M. Roy, tells about his descent into the white supremacy underground and his turn around in prison. Since being paroled, Frank began speaking out to stop the hate.