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The 2009 National Book Club Conference
THIS EVENT HAS TAKEN PLACE AND IS RECORDED HERE AS AN HISTORICAL ARCHIVE.
The 2009 National Book Club Conference was held July 31-Aug. 2 at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis.
The mission of the National Book Club Conference, founded by Curtis Bunn, is to create the world's largest book-club meeting once a year, to promote the value of reading and formulating book clubs among adults and in the nation's public school systems for the purposes of advancing literacy, broadening youths' minds and knowledge through reading and dialogue. Visit http://www.nationalbookclubconference.com
The Circle of Color Book Club (COCBC) Winners of the 2009 NBCC Essay Contest: Why My Book Club is Important to me (Read the winning Essay) (l to r) Margaret Bullocks-Matory, Troy Johnson (Founder, AALBC.com), Yvonne Steel, and Anne Lovelady
J. California Cooper reads from a work in progress: God Does Not Shoot Dice. The reading took place at the 2009 National Book Club Conference in Atlanta, GA on July 31, 2009.
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