Editors' pick

Politics & Prose Bookstore

1/25

Peter Turchi

Director of the MFA program for writers at Warren Wilson College in North Carolina, will discuss his book "A Muse and a Maze: Writing as Puzzle, Mystery, and Magic"
1/25

Wendi Kaufman: a memoiral celebration

Mary Kay Zuravleff, author of "Man Alive!" and Scott W. Berg, whose most recent history is "38 Nooses: Lincoln, Little Crow, and the Beginning of the Frontier's End" will read from the work of Wendi Kaufman, a Washington author, active in the local writing community, who died in August
1/26

Wes Moore

The author of the bestsellers "The Other Wes Moore," will discuss his book "The Work: My Search for a Life That Matters"
1/27

Alexandra Fuller

The memoirist, will disuss her book "Leaving Before the Rains Come," in which she traces her failed marriage back to her courtship in her native Zambia
1/28

George Friedman

Founder and chief executive of Stratfor, will discuss his book "Flashpoints: The Emerging Crisis in Europe"
1/29

Johann Hari

A British journalist, will discuss his book " Chasing the Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs"
1/30

Peter Carey

A two-time winner of the Booker Prize, will discuss his novel "Amnesia" about a computer virus that sets free scores of prisoners in Australia and the United States
1/31

John Hooper

The Italy and southern Europe correspondent for The Economist and The Guardian, will discuss his book "The Italians," which explores Italy's history, landscape, politicians, architecture
1/31

Tom Davis, Martin Frost, and Richard Cohen

Frost, a former Texas representative who served as chair of both the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and the House Democratic Caucus; Davis, former Virginia representative who chaired the House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight; and Cohen, political reporter and author of "Washington at Work," will discuss their book "The Partisan Divide: Congress in Crisis"
2/1

Angelo Volandes

A doctor at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, will discuss his book "The Conversation: A Revolutionary Plan for End-of-Life Care"
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