Editors' pick

Politics & Prose Bookstore

5/30

Ken Hughes

a researcher at the University of Virginia's Miller Center Presidential Recordings Program, will discuss his book "Fatal Politics: The Nixon Tapes, the Vietnam War, and the Casualties of Reelection"
5/30

Nancy Sherman

Who teaches philosophy at Georgetown, will discuss her book "Afterwar: Healing the Moral Wounds of Our Soldiers"
5/30

Richard Peabody

A Washington writer who founded Gargoyle magazine in 1976, will read from his collection "The Richard Peabody Reader"
5/31

Mary Morris

A writing teacher at Sarah Lawrence College will read from her novel "The Jazz Palace," about a Jewish Chicago family adjusting to the Roaring Twenties
5/31

Richard A. Clarke

the nation's former top counterterrorism official, will read from his thriller " Pinnacle Event," about an American intelligence expert who searches for five missing nuclear weapons
6/2

Jim Shepard

A National Book Award finalist, will read from his novel "The Book of Aron," about a boy coming of age in the Warsaw Ghetto
6/3

Joseph J. Ellis

Award-winning author of The Founding Fathers and American Sphinx, will discuss his book "The Quartet: Orchestrating the Second American Revolution, 1783-1789"
6/4

Nikolaus Wachsmann

A professor of history at the University of London, will discuss his book "KL: A History of the Nazi Concentration Camps"
6/5

H. W. Brands

A professor of history at the University of Texas, will discuss his book "Reagan: The Life"
6/6

Elena Delbanco

A founder of the Bennington Writing Workshops, will read from her novel "The Silver Swan," about two cellists, a father and daughter and the Stradivarius that comes between them
6/6

Ken Kalfus

A finalists for the National Book Award, will read from his story collection "Coup de Foudre"
6/6

Mark Brazaitis

Will read from his story collection "Truth Poker"
6/7

Martha M. Ertman

A law professor at the University of Maryland, will discuss her book "Love's Promises: How Formal and Informal Contracts Shape All Kinds of Families"
6/8

Brian Murphy

A long-time AP reporter currently writing for The Post, will discuss his book "81 Days Below Zero: The Incredible Survival Story of a World War II Pilot in Alaska's Frozen Wilderness"
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Editorial Review

In 2011, former Washington Post journalists Bradley Graham and Lissa Muscatine bought the store, which was run for 27 years by Barbara Meade and Carla Cohen.