Union Market

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We are proud to announce the opening of our new store, Politics and Prose at Union Market! We bring to this fast-growing neighborhood in Northeast DC a wide selection of books and gifts, interesting author talks, and the exceptional customer service that you've come to expect of P&P. You can view our upcoming events below, and we look forward to seeing you soon at Politics and Prose at Union Market.

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1270 5th Street NE
Washington, D.C. 20002

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Events at Union Market
Tuesday, May 21, 10:30 am
Join us at Politics and Prose at Union Market for Story Time with Keegan Theatre.
 
I REALLY WANT TO SEE YOU GRANDMA by Taro Gomi
 
Taro Gomi is an internationally renowned author and illustrator who has created more than 400 books for readers of all ages, including the award-winning Over the Ocean and bestsellers Bus Stops, I Know Numbers!, My Friends, and Spring Is Here. He lives in Tokyo, Japan.
 
Yumi and her grandmother have the same great idea: They want to see each other. So they each head out to do just that, only to completely miss each other along the way! No problem—they'll just head back home and wait for the other to return. The trouble is that they have the same great idea—again—resulting in the ultimate missed connection! Will this duo ever find each other? Leave it to bestselling author-illustrator Taro Gomi to spin an action-packed story that sweetly, and humorously, celebrates the powerful grandparent-child bond. 

 

1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Saturday, May 25, 1:00 pm

There are father poets and mother poets, poet prophets and poet founders. These three poets, in American English and Chilean Spanish, sired and husbanded and founded American idioms. In them, and from them, we discover the American line, the democratic voice, the liberty to roam through fields and cities, from the heights of Machu Picchu to San Francisco Bay, and to the rivulets in the skin of a blade of grass. Whitman wrote A Song of Myself, Neruda The Heights of Machu Picchu, Ginsberg Howl. Taking off from, but not limiting ourselves to these three poems, we will set off on the open road of the imagination, learning about democracy and liberty and sexuality and identity along the way. A discussion with Indran Amirthanayagam and Dan Vera.

Indran Amirthanayagam (www.indranmx.com) writes in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese and Haitian Creole. He has published fourteen poetry collections thus far, including the just released Coconuts on Mars (www.paperwall.in), The Elephants of Reckoning (Hanging Loose Press, NY, 1993) which won the 1994 Paterson Prize in the United States, Uncivil War (Tsar/Mawenzi House, Toronto, 2013) and The Splintered Face: Tsunami Poems (Hanging Loose Press, NY, 2008) Other books include Il n’est de solitude que l’île lointaine (Legs Editions, Haiti, 2017), and Ventana Azul (El Tapiz del Unicornio, Mexico City, 2016), In music, he has released Rankont Dout (available to download from all the music stores). He has written on poetry for the blog http://indranamirthanayagam.blogspot.com. He directs Poetry at the Port, a monthly spoken word series at Port Au Prince restaurant in Silver Spring. He is on the Board of Directors of DC-ALT, an association of literary translators. He writes a weekly column featuring poems for the newspaper Haiti en Marche. Amirthanayagam is a past recipient of fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, The US/Mexico Fund for Culture and the Macdowell Colony.

Dan Vera is a writer, editor, watercolorist, and literary historian. The recipient of the 2017 Oscar Wilde Award for Poetry and the Letras Latinas/Red Hen Poetry Prize, he’s the co-editor of Imaniman: Poets Writing In The Anzaldúan Borderlands (Aunt Lute Books) and author of two books of poetry, Speaking Wiri Wiri (Red Hen Press) and The Space Between Our Danger and Delight (Beothuk Books). His work is featured by the Poetry Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts and included in college and university curricula, various journals including Notre Dame Review, Poet Lore, and Beltway Poetry Quarterly; and in anthologies including the forthcoming Ghost Fishing: An Eco-Justice Poetry Anthology, The Travelers Vade Mecum, and The Queer South: LGBTQ Writers on the American South. A featured reader around the country including the Poetry Foundation, New York City’s Poets House and the Dodge Poetry Festival.

The Walt Whitman 200 Festival celebrates the 200th anniversary of the birth of one of America’s most significant and enduring poets, who was a resident of Washington, DC for ten years during and after the Civil War. Over the course of twelve days, this city-wide celebration will emphasize the poet’s continuing influence on American culture and the city’s culture, and showcase the themes closest to the poet’s heart: unity, democracy, and healing. With events in all of DC’s eight wards, the festival includes multiple opportunities for residents to engage with Whitman’s legacy through readings, discussions, workshops, family events, exhibits, and more.

5015 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008
Friday, May 31, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Called "one of the most influential poetry critics of [her] generation," by The New York Times, Burt is also one of the most accessible and genuinely enthusiastic. An acclaimed poet in addition to being a Harvard Professor and co-editor of poetry for the Nation, Burt addresses her new book to a diverse general readership, dispelling the intimidating myths of poetry and emphasizing the joy to be found in it. Presenting a wide-ranging selection of poems from the classics to contemporary work, she shows how past poets speak to current poets, how their pieces speak to each other, and, most importantly, how poetry from any period can speak to, and enrich, the lives of today’s readers.

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Don't Read Poetry: A Book About How to Read Poems Cover Image
$30.00
ISBN: 9780465094509
Availability: In Stock—Click for Locations
Published: Basic Books - May 21st, 2019

Sunday, June 2, 5:00 pm

Heather Leah, local artist, writer, teacher, and founder of WithLoveDC will lead a family yoga practice and story time to introduce her new book, Let’s Make Yoga Magic. In this interactive book, pull the levers, turn the wheels, and watch as charming children come to life to act out 13 yoga poses and create other yoga magic. Heather’s guidance paired with her book’s helpful instructions will inspire yogis of all ages. Ages 2-7. Families are welcome to bring their own yoga mats, but they aren’t required.

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Let's Make Yoga Magic Cover Image
By Heather Leah, Sandie Sonke (Illustrator)
$14.99
ISBN: 9781641701297
Availability: Backordered
Published: Familius - May 15th, 2019

Wednesday, June 5, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Since 2009 Inman, an Eisner Award-winning cartoonist, has provided a steady stream of original comics, quizzes, articles, and more on his webcomic, TheOatmeal.com. His new book follows the hilarious How to Tell If Your Cat is Plotting to Kill You with another installment of the best from Oatmeal along with previously unpublished work. Here Inman presents his signature cat jokes, comics about cats—as well as about babies, dogs, lasers, selfies, and pigeons—and a series of helpful guides to questions such as how to comfortably sleep next to your cat, how to befriend a misanthropic cat, and how to hold a baby when you are not used to holding babies.

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Why My Cat Is More Impressive Than Your Baby Cover Image
$14.99
ISBN: 9781524850623
Availability: Coming Soon—Pre-Order Now
Published: Andrews McMeel Publishing - June 4th, 2019

Friday, June 7, 12:00 am to Sunday, June 9, 11:00 pm

All weekend long, Friday, June 7 through Sunday, June 9, we invite Politics and Prose members to take advantage of 20% off almost all of our current in-store inventory—books, DVDs, and CDs!

Members' online and phone purchases will also receive the same discounts as long as the items selected are on our shelves and payment is provided at the time of the order. Discounts do not apply to specially ordered items.

Enjoy the benefits of your membership at any of our locations.

Click here to learn more about becoming a member!

 

5015 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008
Friday, June 7, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Douglas, a professor at the University of Kentucky College of Law, has written the rare book that looks at today’s political landscape and finds cause for hope. While many have diagnosed problems including political gridlock, partisanship, extremism, and corruption, Douglas points out that these are the result of broken election, campaign-finance, and ethics laws—and not only can they be fixed, but they’re being addressed at unprecedented levels by state and local reformers across the country. Douglas outlines the various initiatives underway to expand voter eligibility, ease voter registration rules, and make voting more convenient. Douglas will be in conversation with Trevor Potter, former chairman of the Federal Election Commission.

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Vote for US: How to Take Back Our Elections and Change the Future of Voting Cover Image
$18.00
ISBN: 9781633885103
Availability: In Stock—Click for Locations
Published: Prometheus Books - April 9th, 2019

Saturday, June 8, 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Dennis-Benn, born and raised in Jamaica, made a stunning literary debut with her Lambda Award-winning Here Comes the Sun, a powerful and moving portrait of two sisters struggling to fulfill their dreams amid the harsh realities of Montego Bay. In her eagerly awaited second novel, Dennis-Benn follows the eponymous Patsy from Jamaica to Brooklyn, where she reunites with the woman she loves. But rather than a romantic idyll, Patsy’s new life as an undocumented immigrant is a constant battle for survival. Meanwhile, the daughter she left behind faces her own questions about sexuality, love, and the price of independence. Alternating these two compelling stories, Dennis-Benn explores questions of race, class, and colorism through the lens of the queer female immigrant experience.

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Patsy Cover Image
$26.95
ISBN: 9781631495632
Availability: Coming Soon—Pre-Order Now
Published: Liveright Publishing Corporation - June 4th, 2019

Tuesday, June 11, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Menn, an investigative reporter for Reuters, has covered hacking for nearly twenty years, winning three Best in Business awards and breaking major stories, including those concerning the Russian penetration of Hillary Clinton’s emails. His new book is a deeply reported account of the Cult of the Dead Cow (cDc), one of the oldest and most respected hacking groups around. Originator of the term “hacktivism,” the group has included activists, artists, and Beto O’Rourke. Given exclusive access to the group’s emails, chats, and other records, supplemented by interviews with intelligence agents and international security professionals, Menn details how the cDc has been working to make personal data safer, battling electoral misinformation, and trying to ensure that technology is a force for good, rather than for surveillance and oppression.

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Cult of the Dead Cow: How the Original Hacking Supergroup Might Just Save the World Cover Image
$28.00
ISBN: 9781541762381
Availability: Coming Soon—Pre-Order Now
Published: PublicAffairs - June 4th, 2019

Wednesday, June 12, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

An award-winning journalist and professor at Vanderbilt, Little spent three years traveling the world to find the answer to one of our most pressing questions: how will we be able to sustainably feed a population of nine or ten billion people? In her thorough and ultimately hopeful investigation, Little takes us to sites ranging from Wisconsin apple orchards and famine-stricken regions of Ethiopia to a remote-control organic farm in Shanghai, a U.S.-Army lab, and a California sewage plant, exploring options such as GMOs, permaculture, and substitutes for animal meat, and showing how scientists, farmers, engineers, activists, and other innovators are working to develop new approaches to food production that will eventually reinvent the world’s food system. Little will be in conversation with Joe Yonan, food and dining editor of The Washington Post.

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
The Fate of Food: What We'll Eat in a Bigger, Hotter, Smarter World Cover Image
$27.00
ISBN: 9780804189033
Availability: Coming Soon—Pre-Order Now
Published: Harmony - June 4th, 2019

Tuesday, June 18, 10:30 am
Join us at Politics and Prose at Union Market for Story Time with Keegan Theatre.
 
RUN WILD by David Covell
 
Get back to nature in this gorgeous sunlit filled book that celebrates the joy of being outdoors.

“Hey, you! Sky’s blue!” a girl shouts as she runs by the window of a boy bent over his digital device. Intrigued, the boy runs out after her, leaving his shoes (and phone) behind, and into a world of sunshine, dewey grass, and warm sand. Filled with the pleasures of being alive in the natural world, Run Wild is an exquisite and kid-friendly reminder of how wonderful life can be beyond doors and screens.

 

1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Wednesday, June 19, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Located in San Francisco’s Mission District, La Cocina is an innovative business incubator that supports a growing roster of small businesses—specifically, it helps turn informal home restaurants into sustainable legal enterprises by offering hands-on technical assistance to low-income and immigrant women entrepreneurs. In this rich and colorful album, Caleb Zigas, executive director of La Cocina, introduces fifty of these successful entrepreneurs. Sharing their stories, dreams, and recipes—from basics like tortillas to miso soup to Kuy Teav Phnom Penh (Cambodian noodle soup)—these women celebrate the power of food to bring us all together.

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
We Are La Cocina: Recipes in Pursuit of the American Dream Cover Image
By Caleb Zigas, Leticia Landa, Isabel Allende (Foreword by), Eric Wolfinger (Photographs by), Yewande Komolafe (Contributions by)
$29.95
ISBN: 9781452167862
Availability: Coming Soon—Pre-Order Now
Published: Chronicle Books - June 4th, 2019

Thursday, June 20, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Kulick, Distinguished University Professor of Anthropology at Sweden’s Uppsala University, is an expert in Tayap, a language spoken nowhere in the world outside Gapan, a tiny jungle village I New Guinea. Possibly as ancient as Greek or Latin, Tayap now has only fifty active speakers, and may soon exist solely on the tapes Kulick has made over the last thirty years. Once it’s gone, Kulick asks, what happens to the culture it was part of? In this vivid and moving account, Kulick recreates daily life as it has been lived in Gapan for untold centuries, showing how this unique people has thrived in isolation and how contact with the modern world threatens to destroy it. Kulick will be in conversation with Carl Hoffman, author most recently of The Last Wild Men of Borneo.

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
A Death in the Rainforest: How a Language and a Way of Life Came to an End in Papua New Guinea Cover Image
$26.95
ISBN: 9781616209049
Availability: Coming Soon—Pre-Order Now
Published: Algonquin Books - June 18th, 2019

Friday, June 21, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

When both Richard Rodgers (1902-1979) and Oscar Hammerstein II (1895-1960) were rebuffed by others in their efforts to turn the play Green Grow the Lilacs into a musical, the composer and the librettist  turned to each other, made Oklahoma! in 1943, and the rest is musical theater history. In this glowing dual biography of the team that revolutionized the American musical and ushered the form into its golden age, Purdum, a staff writer for The Atlantic, gives a detailed portrait of both men and delves into their creative process. He looks at the challenges they faced in bringing their greatest shows—Carousel, South Pacific, The King and I, and The Sound of Music—to fruition, surveys some of the many productions, and explores the duo’s recurrent doubts about their work and about their partnership.

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Something Wonderful: Rodgers and Hammerstein's Broadway Revolution Cover Image
$20.00
ISBN: 9781250214867
Availability: In Stock—Click for Locations
Published: Picador - May 14th, 2019

Saturday, June 22, 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

The Hurston/Wright Foundation was founded in 1990 as a resource center for training and a gateway to ensure the unique experience and voice of African Americans in literature. Politics and Prose is proud to host a public reading by the instructors in its annual summer writers’ workshop. Reading will be poet Jericho Brown, author of the award-winning collections Please, The New Testament, and The Tradition; Morowa Yejidé, whose novel Time of the Locust was a 2012 finalist for the national PEN/Bellwether Prize and longlisted for the 2015 PEN/Bingham award; and Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts, an award-winning historian and author of Harlem is Nowhere and the children’s book, Jake Makes a World.

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
The Tradition Cover Image
$17.00
ISBN: 9781556594861
Availability: In Stock—Click for Locations
Published: Copper Canyon Press - April 2nd, 2019

Time of the Locust Cover Image
$16.00
ISBN: 9781476731360
Availability: Not On Our Shelves—Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Atria Books - October 6th, 2015

Harlem Is Nowhere: A Journey to the Mecca of Black America Cover Image
$15.99
ISBN: 9780316017244
Availability: Not On Our Shelves—Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Back Bay Books - January 22nd, 2013

Wednesday, June 26, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

The Body Papers

Winner of The Restless Books Prize for New Immigrant Writing, Talusan’s memoir is a powerful testament to resilience, hope, and—for better and worse—family. When she and her parents immigrated from the Philippines to Boston in the 1970s, they seemed to have fulfilled the American Dream of a thriving middle-class life. But after Talusan’s father’s student visa expired they lived in fear of deportation for a decade. Talusan herself, mistaken for Chinese at school, felt alienated from her white classmates and, worse, was abused by her grandfather at home. Later she discovered other threads of violence in her family’s past as well as a genetic predisposition to cancer. Facing this painful legacy with courage and compassion, Talusan was able to thrive as a student, then as a teacher and a remarkable storyteller.

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The Death and Life of Aida Hernandez

A professor of politics at Whitman College, Bobrow-Strain worked on the U.S. border as an activist and educator in the 1990s and is a founding member of the Walla Walla Immigrant Rights Coalition in Washington State. His book draws on years of field research to give a powerful and intimate account of the realities of immigration as experienced by one woman. Aida Hernandez, born in 1987, lived in Agua Prieta, Mexico, until she was nine. Then her mother, escaping an abusive marriage, took her to Douglas, Arizona, crossing a border that was little more than a worn-down fence. Aida married and had a child with an American citizen but, still undocumented, was deported in 2008. Her battle to regain her life in the United States give an in-depth, emotional glimpse into detention centers, immigration courts, and more.

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
The Body Papers Cover Image
$22.99
ISBN: 9781632061836
Availability: In Stock—Click for Locations
Published: Restless Books - April 2nd, 2019

The Death and Life of Aida Hernandez: A Border Story Cover Image
$28.00
ISBN: 9780374191979
Availability: In Stock—Click for Locations
Published: Farrar, Straus and Giroux - April 16th, 2019

Friday, June 28, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

An essential tool for helping us protect our rights, Wehle’s book presents the full text of the U.S. Constitution along with a clear and thorough guide to its provisions. Wehle, a law professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law and a regular commentator on CNN and MSNBC, lays out in plain language what the Constitution says, what it means, and how its protections are being threatened.  Offering a firm grounding in what is constitutional and what is not, Wehle illuminates what it means to have individual rights—from the right to free speech to the right to an abortion—shows how the three branches of government hold each other accountable, and outlines the powers of the president.

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
How to Read the Constitution--and Why Cover Image
$26.99
ISBN: 9780062914361
Availability: Coming Soon—Pre-Order Now
Published: Harper - June 25th, 2019

Saturday, July 13, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm

 

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
On Being Human: A Memoir of Waking Up, Living Real, and Listening Hard Cover Image
$27.00
ISBN: 9781524743567
Availability: Coming Soon—Pre-Order Now
Published: Dutton - June 4th, 2019

Saturday, July 20, 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

 

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Wednesday, July 31, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

 

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Whiskey When We're Dry: A Novel Cover Image
$16.00
ISBN: 9780735220454
Availability: Coming Soon—Pre-Order Now
Published: Penguin Books - July 2nd, 2019

Tuesday, August 6, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

 

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Our Women on the Ground: Essays by Arab Women Reporting from the Arab World Cover Image
By Zahra Hankir (Editor), Christiane Amanpour (Foreword by)
$17.00
ISBN: 9780143133414
Availability: Coming Soon—Pre-Order Now
Published: Penguin Books - August 6th, 2019

Tuesday, August 13, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

 

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
White Flights: Race, Fiction, and the American Imagination Cover Image
$16.00
ISBN: 9781555978327
Availability: Coming Soon—Pre-Order Now
Published: Graywolf Press - August 6th, 2019

Thursday, August 15, 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

 

 

Politics and Prose at Union Market
1270 5th Street NE
Washington, DC 20002
Lives of Great Men: Living and Loving as an African Gay Man Cover Image
$14.99
ISBN: 9780995516236
Availability: Not On Our Shelves—Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Team Angelica Publishing - November 24th, 2017

Friday, September 6, 12:00 am to Sunday, September 8, 11:00 pm

 

All weekend long, Friday, September 6 through Sunday, September 8, we invite Politics and Prose members to take advantage of 20% off almost all of our current in-store inventory—books, DVDs, and CDs!

Members' online and phone purchases will also receive the same discounts as long as the items selected are on our shelves and payment is provided at the time of the order. Discounts do not apply to specially ordered items.

Enjoy the benefits of your membership at any of our locations.

Click here to learn more about becoming a member!

5015 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008
Friday, December 6, 12:00 am to Sunday, December 8, 11:00 pm

All weekend long, Friday, December 6 through Sunday, December 8, we invite Politics and Prose members to take advantage of 20% off almost all of our current in-store inventory—books, DVDs, and CDs!

Members' online and phone purchases will also receive the same discounts as long as the items selected are on our shelves and payment is provided at the time of the order. Discounts do not apply to specially ordered items.

Enjoy the benefits of your membership at any of our locations.

Click here to learn more about becoming a member!

 

5015 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC 20008
Tue
21
10:30 am
Story Time at Union Market
Sat
25
1:00 pm
Whitman, Neruda, Ginsberg: A Reading and Conversation with Indran Amirthanayagam and Dan Vera in partnership with the Walt Whitman 200 at Union Market
Fri
31
7:00 pm
Stephanie Burt - Don't Read Poetry: A Book About How to Read Poems — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Sun
2
5:00 pm
Heather Leah - Let’s Make Yoga Magic—at Union Market
Wed
5
7:00 pm
Matthew Inman - Why My Cat Is More Impressive Than Your Baby — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Fri
7
12:00 am
Summer Member Sale
Fri
7
7:00 pm
Joshua A. Douglas - Vote for Us: How to Take Back Our Elections and Change the Future of Voting — in conversation with Trevor Potter — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Sat
8
6:00 pm
Nicole Dennis-Benn - Patsy — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Tue
11
7:00 pm
Joseph Menn - Cult of the Dead Cow: How the Original Hacking Supergroup Might Just Save the World — in conversation with John Lester — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Wed
12
7:00 pm
Amanda Little - The Fate of Food: What We'll Eat in a Bigger, Hotter, Smarter World — in conversation with Joe Yonan — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Tue
18
10:30 am
Story Time at Union Market
Wed
19
7:00 pm
Caleb Zigas - We Are La Cocina: Recipes in Pursuit of the American Dream — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Thu
20
7:00 pm
Don Kulick - A Death in the Rainforest: How a Language and a Way of Life Came to an End in Papua New Guinea — in conversation with Carl Hoffman — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Fri
21
7:00 pm
Todd S. Purdum - Something Wonderful: Rodgers and Hammerstein's Broadway Revolution — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Sat
22
6:00 pm
Hurston/Wright Summer Workshop Reading with Jericho Brown, Morowa Yejidé, and Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Wed
26
7:00 pm
Grace Talusan - The Body Papers & Aaron Bobrow-Strain - The Death and Life of Aida Hernandez: A Border Story — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Fri
28
7:00 pm
Kim Wehle - How to Read the Constitution and Why — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Sat
13
1:00 pm
Jennifer Pastiloff - On Being Human: A Memoir of Waking Up, Living Real, and Listening Hard — in conversation with Abby Maslin — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Sat
20
6:00 pm
Natwar Gandhi - Still the Promised Land — in conversation with Robert Rimm — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Wed
31
7:00 pm
John Larison - Whiskey When We're Dry — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Tue
6
7:00 pm
Zahra Hankir - Our Women on the Ground: Essays by Arab Women Reporting from the Arab World — in conversation with Hannah Allam — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Tue
13
7:00 pm
Jess Row - White Flights: Race, Fiction, and the American Imagination
Thu
15
7:00 pm
Chiké Frankie Edozien - Lives of Great Men: Living and Loving as an African Gay Man — in conversation with Kai Wright — at Politics and Prose at Union Market
Fri
6
12:00 am
Fall Member Sale
Fri
6
12:00 am
Holiday Member Sale