The big draws at this year's event include Roxane Gay, James McBride and a Supreme Court justice/children's book author.
If you aren't making music on the regular, you are missing out on one of life’s great pleasures, according to Amy Nathan in "Making Time for Making Music."
Kim Roberts wrote the book on D.C.’s authors. She had to, because she felt the district hasn’t gotten its due as a literary city.
The first-time novelist answers our questions about addiction, her so-sad Twitter account and merman genitalia.
His new cookbook, “Eat a Little Better: Great Flavor, Good Health, Better World,” makes the case for beans and other good-for-you foods.
We asked zoologist Lucy Cooke to explain what’s wrong with certain animal memes — three from our modern-day internet, and two slightly older examples.
Katherine Heiny's former MI6-agent husband serves as a sort-of template for the nerdy men who often pop up in her stories.
Her new collection, 'Look Alive Out There,' covers a broad swath of human experience with humor and heart.
In her book "Just the Funny Parts," the former "Letterman" writer and “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch” creator recounts a life spent knocking on doors and breaking down walls.
Cooper will discuss her new book "Eloquent Rage: A Black Feminist Discovers Her Superpower” Wednesday at Politics and Prose