rabb-headshotMeet SCAD Writing Professor Jonathan Rabb and listen to him read from his new, acclaimed novel, Among the Living.

“Jonathan Rabb is one of my favorite writers, a highly gifted heart-wise storyteller if ever there was one.” —David McCullough, Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award recipient

 

10/22/16                Savannah, GA: Book Lady Bookstore/Signing at 12:00 pm

10/24/16                Houston, TX: Brazos Bookstore/Talk, Q&A, Signing at 7:00 pm

10/26/16                Durham, NC: Regulator Bookshop/Talk, Q&A, Signing at 7:00 pm

10/27/16                Savannah, GA: Savannah Jewish Federation/Talk, Q&A, Signing, Reception at 7:00 pm

11/02/16                New Orleans, LA: Octavia Books, partnered with New Orleans JCC/ Talk, Q&A, Signing at 7:00 pm

11/03/16                Jacksonville, FL: Jacksonville Jewish Book Festival / Panel at 7:30 pm

11/04/16                Rockville, MD: JCC of Greater Washington/Fiction Luncheon at 12:00 pm

11/07/16                Dunwoody, GA: Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta/Luncheon at 12:00 pm

11/09/16                Savannah, GA: E Shaver Booksellers / Talk, Q&A, Signing at 7:00 PM

11/19/16                Miami, FL: Miami Book Fair / Panelist

03/13/17                Palm Beach Gardens, FL: Mandel Jewish Community Center/Bagels & Books at 10:00 am

03/17 DATE TBD  Charlottesville, VA: Virginia Festival of the Book / Panelist

03/27/17                Savannah, GA: Savannah Bar Association / Speaker

What critics and authors are saying about it:
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This stirring, powerful novel never sugarcoats its themes or characters; what emerges is a hard-won realism and a compelling look at one corner of the postwar world.” —Booklist

“Rabb is an accomplished storyteller with an eye for telling detail and for dialogue.” —Kirkus

“Jonathan Rabb is one of my favorite writers, a highly gifted heart-wise storyteller if ever there was one. From its first pages, Among the Living carries you into a particular time and setting, and into the lives of people with whom you are entirely unfamiliar and holds you there with a story that will almost certainly stay with you for years to come. What a powerful, moving book.” —David McCullough, Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award–winning author, and recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom

Among the Living contains multitudes. It’s wry and moving, lyrical and direct, historical and timely, Jewish and (above all) American. It’s the best book I’ve read in a while.” —Darin Strauss, author of Half a Life, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award for Autobiography


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