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Date: Tuesday, July 27 2010, 7:15 pm—9:00 pm
Location: Decatur
Event Type: Author Talks
Series: Georgia Center for the Book's Festival of Writers
Age Group: Adult (18+)

One of our favorite writers, Atlanta’s own Pearl Cleage, returns with an exciting new novel, Till You Hear from Me. It’s a scathing look at the new ”post-Obama” politics and black culture centered around an outspoken civil rights legend named the Rev. Horace Dunbar, whose unexpected and politically incorrect comments may have damaged his daughter’s hopes for a place in the new administration. Cleage writes with authority and power and pulls no punches as she tells this story, filled with the heroes and villains of today’s political scene. Her many bestselling books include Seen It All and Done the Rest, What Looks Like Crazy on an Ordinary Day and Some Things I Never Thought I’d Do. She’s won many awards, and her books have been included on the Center for the Book’s list of ”25 Books All Georgians Should Read.”



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