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From 09h00 to 17h00 the various sites comprising the centre will hum with panel discussions, launches, readings, debates, presentations and book-style activities.
The festival promises to be a cornucopia of writers and their works and more writers will be announced as they come on board.Moderators such as Nancy Richards and Marianne Thamm will bring their expertise and connections into the mix.A full children’s programme is on offer for all ages.Authors, teachers, entertainers and carers will keep the young ones occupied all day with storytelling, workshopping and creative activities.There’s a new book event on South Africa’s calendar: The Jewish Literary Festival.The new festival will take place in Cape Town on Sunday, 22 May at the Gardens Community Centre, and many well-known authors have signed up.
Book fans can expect to see Steven Robins, Diane Awerbuck, Rachel Zadok, Patricia Schonstein, Gus Silber, Kevin Bloom, Joanne Jowell, Rahla Xenopoulos, Rosemund Handler, Adam Mendelsohn, Raymond Joseph, Greg Lazarus, Tony Leon, John Matisonn, Jenny Morris and Phillippa Cheifitz at the inaugural festival.Nancy Richards and Marianne Thamm will moderate the events.Read more: Press release: Jewish Literary Festival makes its debut The Western Cape is fast becoming the Book Festival province.Hard on the heels of the Franschhoek Literary Festival comes the first Jewish Literary Festival (JLF) on Sunday 22 May, offering a jam-packed day of fascinating events to anyone who loves books, Jewish literature, culture and conversation.The JLF will showcase authors, poets, illustrators, journalists, writers and educators who have a Jewish connection or are engaged with subjects of Jewish interest.The venue is the Gardens Community Centre in Cape Town, home to the acclaimed Jacob Gitlin Library which is partnering the festival and in association with the Cape Jewish Chronicle.