Book Fest In Your Living Room Presents:
David Javerbaum, Book of Pslams
In Conversation with Mara Davis, Atlanta Media Personality


ZOOM Webinar Author Talk + Q & A
Thursday, December 9th @ 8:00pm
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Just in time for the Apocalypse comes a new Biblical scripture from God and thirteen-time Emmy Award–winning comedy writer, David Javerbaum. Three thousand years ago, King David wrote The Book of Psalms — hymns in praise of God that became famous worldwide. Now, with humanity on the verge of a self-generated catastrophe, God (with the help of another David) has decided to return, and reverse, the favor. God has collected a cornucopia of insults of the human race in the form of prose, poetry, and parody. From topics as diverse as COVID-19, racism, meth, math, and on a lighter note, the platypus, God provides a 21st-century spin on life’s many problems. Even the Holy Ghost stops by to make sure you don’t forget him. Anybody who’s a fan @TheTweetofGod and/or NOT a fan of the human race is sure to love The Book of Pslams.

 

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
David Javerbaum is a former head writer and executive producer of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. He is the coauthor of that show’s bestsellers, America: The Book and Earth: The Book, and author of the pregnancy parody What to Expect When You’re Expected

 

 

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