· Attendees can pick up and color their own postcards from By The Way, The Post’s new travel destination, throughout the day.
Children’s story time sessions
· Local children’s book authors Jennifer O’Connell, Sue Fliess, Minh Le and Mary Amato will conduct story time sessions every hour from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Attendees can visit the Politics & Prose sales pavilion at the festival to purchase the books read during each session.
Discussion with Angie Kim hosted by The Lily Lit Club
· Neema Roshania-Patel of The Lily, a women-focused publication from The Washington Post, will host a discussion with author Angie Kim about Kim’s book, “Miracle Creek” from 2 – 2:45 p.m. The discussion is presented by Lily Lit Club, a monthly book club that highlights female authors and lives on The Lily’s Instagram account, @LilyLitClub.
· By The Way will host a trivia hour from 3 to 3:45 p.m. Test your travel knowledge with By The Way Reporter Hannah Sampson for a chance to win By The Way postcards.
Discussion with Post Global Opinions Writer and Author Jason Rezaian hosted by The Post Press Freedom Partnership
· Rezaian will be joined by Margaux Ewen, executive director of the James W. Foley Legacy Foundation, to discuss themes from his book “Prisoner” from 4 – 4:45 p.m. The discussion will be followed by a book signing. Attendees can visit the Politics & Prose booth at the festival to purchase the book. The discussion is hosted by The Post Press Freedom Partnership, a public service initiative that highlights organizations working vigilantly to promote press freedom worldwide, of which JWFLF is a partner.
· Visit The Post’s photo booth anytime from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and take home a keepsake photo.
Attendees can also sit in on more than 20 author discussions moderated or introduced by Post editors, reporters and critics throughout the festival