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Author Etaf Rum joins Lit on H St Book Club to discuss her debut novel, A Woman Is No Man.
Join a group of music enthusiasts as they work their way through the graphic novel series Hip Hop Family Tree. The discussion will include viewing and listening to video and audio clips.
Pat Garofalo talks about his new book The Billionaire Boondoggle and the myth that publically-subsidized Big Entertainment drives bigger economies. In conversation with Pedro da Costa.
Join the Sci-Fi & Fantasy book club for a discussion of The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu.
Novel Comedy presents “the life-changing comedy show about tidying up,” in which DC's top stand-up comedians find ways to laugh about failed attempts to be Marie Kondo.
One of the country's sharpest observers of politics, art, and the American spirit, writer Wendy Willis presents her wide-ranging collection of essays exploring everything from personal resistance to the rise of political podcasts, civic loneliness to the exploitation of personal data, public outrage to the opioid crisis—all with a poet's gift for finding the sacred in the mundane, a hope in the dark.
Foreign & Domestic: A Policy Book Club meets to discuss White Fragility.
Join Solid State bookseller and poetry lover Gwen to read and discuss Olio by Tyehimba Jess.
DC Area Literary Translators Network presents a discussion about Spanish language translation with Esther Allen and Sergio Waisman, two of the best Spanish language translators working today.
Author/illustrator Marc Boutavant talks about his latest book, Dumpster Dog, introduces the many characters from his previous books, and draws with kids. For children 6 and up.
A free seminar about the state of the market and the wealth of resources for DC first-time home buyers from DC Open Doors.
Championing the activism of young people around the world, the author and cofounder of Generation Citizen is presents an empowering reminder of the positive power of politics, and an inspiring, actionable guide for anyone ready to fight for democracy.
At this month’s meeting we’re talking about Kwame Alexander’s Newberry Award winning bookThe Crossover, a novel in verse about a 12 year-old basketball star.
Join Hillary Frank, creator of the popular podcast The Longest Shortest Time, for a talk about her new book Weird Parenting Wins, detailing the unconventional—yet effective—parenting strategies to help all families.
Join Emily Paluska of Revery Paper Flora for a workshop to learn how to craft beautiful paper cherry blossoms.
Join us for a special evening with award winning author Kwame Alexander and singer-song-writer Randy Preston to celebrate the paperback release of Mr. Alexander’s New York Times bestselling books The Crossover and Booked.
Join the authors of some of the winning and standout entries in Washington City Paper’s DC Natives Essay Contest to hear readings from their work and a conversation about our evolving city.
Story Time is held every Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday at 10:30 am led by Bear Song, a visiting author/illustrator, or staff. Thursday story time is for babies and toddlers, Saturday is for all ages 0-5, and Sunday is for 4 and up.