Editors' pick

Politics & Prose Bookstore

3/5

Dave Barry

A humorist, will discuss his book "Live Right and Find Happiness (Although Beer is Much Faster): Life Lessons and Other Ravings from Dave Barry"
3/6

Paul Muldoon

Poetry editor of the New Yorker and a Pulitzer Prize winner, will read from his collection "One Thousand Things Worth Knowing"
3/7

Amy Wilkinson

Lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, will discuss her book "The Creator's Code: The Six Essential Skills of Extraordinary Entrepreneurs"
3/7

Doctor Dread: The Half That's Never Been Told: The Real-Life Reggae Adventures of Doctor Dread

Doctor Dread and Elder Rastafari Ras Iris will be interviewed regarding the book and other topics. Zakki Zedicus delivers an acoustic performance.
3/7

Matt Sumell

Will read from his debut novel "Making Nice" about a man coming to terms with the death of his mother
3/8

David Lat

The managing editor of the Above the Law Web site, will read from his debut novel "Supreme Ambitions," about a Yale Law graduate who clerks for a California appeals-court judge
3/8

Martha Jo Black

Will discuss her book, "Joe Black: More Than a Dodger," about her father, who was a right-handed pitcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers and Washington Senators
3/9

Barry Strauss

A professor of history and classics at Cornell University, will discuss his book "The Death of Caesar: The Story of History's Most Famous Assassination"
3/10

Andrew Cockburn

A veteran journalist, will discuss his book "Kill Chain: The Rise of the High-Tech Assassins"
3/11

Stephen Kotkin

A history professor at Princeton and acting director of the university's Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies program, will discuss his book "Stalin: Volume I: Paradoxes of Power, 1878-1928"
3/12

George Hodgman

Who has been an editor at at Vanity Fair and Simon & Schuster, will discuss his memoir "Bettyville" about his aging mother
3/13

Garry Wills

A Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and commentator on Catholicism, will discuss his book "The Future of the Catholic Church with Pope Francis"
3/14

Arlene Alda

A classical musician turned award-winning photographer turned writer, grew up in the Bronx, will discuss her oral history, "Just Kids from the Bronx: Telling It the Way It Was"
3/14

Colman McCarthy

A former Washington Post columnist and editorial writer, will discuss his book "Teaching Peace: Students Exchange Letters with Their Teacher"
3/14

Tania James

Will read from her second novel "The Tusk That Did the Damage" about South India's illegal ivory trade
3/15

Christian G. Appy

A professor of history at the University of Massachusetts, will discuss his book "American Reckoning: The Vietnam War and Our National Identity"
3/15

Richard A. Chefetz

A psychiatrist in private practice, will discuss his book "Intensive Psychotherapy for Persistent Dissociative Processes: The Fear of Feeling Real"
3/16

Edward Mendelson

A professor of the humanities at Columbia University, will discuss his book "Moral Agents: Eight Twentieth-Century American Writers"
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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.