National JCC Consortium: Book Festival in Your Living Room
Presented in partnership with the National JCC Literary Consortium: Book Festival in Your Living Room, and the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta.
Book lovers, this one’s for you! More than 30 authors will present live virtual events through Book Festival in Your Living Room. Our partnership with the Marcus JCC of Atlanta and the National JCC Literary Consortium gives you access to some of the best-known authors in the United States. You can sit in the front row (of your living room), park your car as close to your front door as possible, and there’s no need for a new wardrobe — comfy PJs work just fine. We invite you to check out this amazing fall lineup, featuring some of the most talked-about authors of our day. All programs will be presented using Zoom.
Upon purchasing your ticket, you will receive a confirmation email from Showclix that will have your Zoom link in it. Additionally, you will receive two reminder emails, 24 hours and again 1 hour before the program. Please search your inbox for those emails from The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta. If you don’t see the emails, please check your spam/junk folder. Still have questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org All books are shipped after the event (domestic shipping only) and can take up to 10 business days to receive due to COVID-19 postal service delays. Books are not shipped on the day of the purchase.
Want more fantastic literature? Don’t miss the Mayerson JCC Jewish Book Series!
Have questions about Zoom? Check out these FAQs:
Where can I watch your author events? Where do I download the latest version of Zoom? How do I sign up for Zoom? How much does Zoom cost? Do you need an account to use Zoom? How do I join a Zoom meeting? How do I join computer/device audio? Why isn’t my window showing up when I log on, like my other Zoom meetings? When will I receive the link to my event? What if I didn’t receive my link to my event? Can I share my Zoom links with friends and family? How can I watch on my big screen television? When should I join the webinar? Can I ask the author a question? What if I just can’t figure Zoom out at all? What if I can’t watch the program live – will there be a recording available?
Our events are live streamed as ZOOM Webinars.
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You can join a meeting by clicking the meeting link or going to join.zoom.us and entering in the meeting ID. Learn more about joining a meeting.
On most devices, you can join computer/device audio by clicking Join Audio, Join with Computer Audio, or Audio to access the audio settings. Learn more about connecting your audio.
Our programs are streamed as Zoom Webinars, not meetings. Viewers are not seen or heard but can ask our guests questions in the Q & A.
You will receive your Zoom link in your confirmation email after you’ve purchased your ticket, and again, in a day-of reminder email and finally, one more time, one hour before!
First, check your SPAM or Junk folder. Second, make sure you didn’t overlook the email. Please note: your emails will be coming from both Showclix and the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA).
No. Zoom links are unique to the user and not shareable. If you share the link, you won’t be able to access the program!
For newer televisions with HDMI ports, you just need an HDMI cable. Connect one end of the cable to your computer or laptop and the other end into the TV. Change the source to that HDMI port and the program should display on your screen. There are many other ways to enjoy Zoom on your TVs depending on what kind of computer and television you are using. Google “casting zoom to tv,” and you’ll find many tutorials on how to do it.
We begin broadcasting 5-10 minutes before start time to allow for viewers to get on. If you click through the link and receive a message that states, “waiting for host to start the webinar,” please be patient, we will be right with you!
Sure! We invite you to ask your questions in the Q & A feature located at the bottom of your Zoom window. Please ask your question there and not in the chat where our interviewer will not see it!
We are happy to work with you to get you up and running on Zoom. Please email us in advance of the program you are interested in watching so we can work with you to get you access! Please email email@example.com.
Yes, we are recording all of our events and they will be available for all ticket holders for seven days after each event. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for your recording link.
Where can I watch your author events?
Where do I download the latest version of Zoom?
How do I sign up for Zoom?
How much does Zoom cost?
Do you need an account to use Zoom?
How do I join a Zoom meeting?
How do I join computer/device audio?
Why isn’t my window showing up when I log on, like my other Zoom meetings?
When will I receive the link to my event?
What if I didn’t receive my link to my event?
Can I share my Zoom links with friends and family?
How can I watch on my big screen television?
When should I join the webinar?
Can I ask the author a question?
What if I just can’t figure Zoom out at all?
What if I can’t watch the program live – will there be a recording available?
Don’t miss these Spring 2021 events, coming soon:
- January 14, 8pm: Erica Katz, The Boys’ Club: A Novel
- January 31, 8pm: Gabrielle Glaser, American Baby: A Mother, a Child, and The Shadow History of Adoption
- February 7, 4pm: Philippe Sands, The Ratline: The Exalted Life and Mysterious Death of a Nazi Fugitive
- April 11, 2pm: Daniel Lee, The SS Officer’s Armchair: Uncovering the Hidden Life of a Nazi