64th Annual Jewish Book Fair November 4-15

The Oldest and Largest in the Nation
64th Annual Jewish Book Fair will take place November 4-15, 2015

The 64thAnnual Jewish Book Fair is a community-wide cultural and literary event, attracting a large and varied audience of more than 20,000 people of all ages. It is the oldest and largest Jewish book fair in the nation.
Prominent and emerging writers from the community and all over the world in literature, the arts, philosophy, theology, history and current events are invited to engage, educate and entertain.

The Annual Jewish Book Fair event will take place at the Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit, 6600 West Maple Road, West Bloomfield. In addition to the speakers, the book fair includes a comedy night with Dani Klein Modisett who shares a map for navigating marriage through rough patches, bad jokes and even nights when you bomb; People magazine's "Hero Among Us" and Top Ten CNN Hero, Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg, founder and director of Kids Kicking Cancer; Ambassador Dennis Ross a counselor at The Washington Institute who has served as the Director of Policy Planning in the State Department under President George H. W. Bush, the special Middle East coordinator under President Bill Clinton, and was a special adviser for the Persian Gulf and Southwest Asia (which includes Iran) to the former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.  David Maraniss will speak on his new book "Once in a Great City: A Detroit Story," and Chef brothers and Huntington Woods natives Max and Eli Sussman are back with their fourth cookbook, "Classic Recipes for Modern People," featuring more than 75 recipes that reimagine favorite dishes from childhood, accompanied by plenty of humor to spice things up along the way. Both living in Brooklyn will be at this book fair also doing a cooking demonstration.

Advance registration is recommended for all ticketed events. To purchase tickets, please call The Berman Theater for the Performing Arts Box Office at 248.661.1900