The following events this week are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. This is not a complete listing. For additional events, see Book Shop on our pages or log on to eg.washingtonpost.com/section/books. 25 Monday 12:30 P.M. Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel discusses After the Darkness: Reflections on the Holocaust at a book luncheon at the National Press Club, 529 14th St. NW. A discussion and book signing will follow lunch. Tickets are $35 for nonmembers; call 202-662-7501 to RSVP.

7 P.M. Matthew Scully discusses and signs Dominion: The Power of Man, the Suffering of Animals and the Call to Mercy at Olsson's-Metro Center, 1200 F St. NW, 202-347-3686.

7 P.M. The new anthology Katharine Graham's Washington will be the subject of a panel discussion with Graham's editor, Bob Gottlieb, and Michael Beschloss, Sally Quinn and Ben Bradlee at Politics & Prose, 5015 Connecticut Ave. NW 202-364-1919.

26 Tuesday 7 P.M. Carol Brown Janeway, translator of the Sa{acute}ndor Ma{acute}rai novel Embers, discusses the background and her translation of the 1942 work at the Embassy of Hungary, 2950 Spring of Freedom St. NW. A reception follows. Call 202-362-6730 or e-mail culture@huembwas.org to RSVP.

29 Friday 5 P.M. Nick Mangieri signs copies of his new book, Passport to Danger: The Diary of an Adventurer, at Briars Antiques, 4121 Briars Rd., Olney, Md., 301-774-3596.

7 P.M. Radio personality Johnny Holliday reads from and discusses his new memoir, Johnny Holliday: From Rock to Jock, at Olsson's-Bethesda, 7647 Old Georgetown Rd., 301-652-6399.

30 Saturday 4 P.M. Award-winning photographer Diana Walker discusses and signs her new monograph, Public & Private: Twenty Years Photographing the Presidency, at Politics & Prose, 202-364-1919.

4 P.M. Renita J. Weems discusses and signs Showing Mary: How Women Can Share Prayers, Wisdom and the Blessings of God at Sisterspace and Books, 1515 U St. NW, 202-332-3433.

7 P.M. Joshua Weitz reads from and signs his new poetry collection, Between Two Stones, at Politics & Prose, 202-364-1919.

1 Sunday 6:30 P.M. Faye Moskowitz reads from and discusses Peace in the House: Tales From a Yiddish Kitchen at Politics & Prose, 202-364-1919.