Editors' pick

Politics & Prose Bookstore


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"

Edan Lepucki

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

Emily Gould

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

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

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"

Alexandra Horowitz

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

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

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

Marc Dunkelman

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

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

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

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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