Editors' pick

Politics & Prose Bookstore

8/1

John W. Dean

Who served as Richard Nixon's legal counsel will discuss his book about the Watergate scandal "The Nixon Defense: What He Knew and When He Knew It"
8/2

Edan Lepucki

Will read from her novel "California" about a couple expecting a child in a post-apocalyptic world
8/4

Emily Gould

The controversial essayist will read from her first novel "Friendship," a coming-of-age story about two women coping with adulthood
8/5

Robert Timberg

A former White House reporter for the Baltimore Sun will discuss his book "Blue-Eyed Boy," about his experiences serving in the Vietnam War
8/6

Douglas Brinkley and Luke Nichter

Brinkley, a professor of history at Rice University and Luke Nichter, a history professor at Texas A&M will discuss their book "The Nixon Tapes: 1971-1972"
8/7

Alexandra Horowitz

A professor of psychology at Barnard College will discuss her book "On Looking: Eleven Walks with Expert Eyes"
8/8

Anthony Doerr

Will discuss his novel "All the Light We Cannot See" about a love affair in Nazi-occupied France between a German soldier and a blind French girl who works for the Resistance
8/9

Karin Tanabe

A former Politico reporter will discuss her book "The Price of Inheritance" about a disgraced young woman who falls in love with an Iraq veteran
8/11

Marc Dunkelman

A senior fellow at the Clinton Foundation will discuss his book "The Vanishing Neighbor: The Transformation of American Community"
8/12

Jack Livings

A two-time winner of the Pushcart Prize winner will discuss his story collection "The Dog," in conversation with Adam Kushner, editor of The Post's PostEverything opinion and analysis site
8/13

Stephen L. Carter

A professor at Yale Law School and author of "The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln" will read from "Back Channel" his novel of the Cuban Missile Crisis
8/14

Dan Fesperman

Will read from his thriller "Unmanned" about a former F-16 pilot who's life falls apart after returning from Afghanistan
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Editorial Review

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