January 14, 2016
WAMU Is Coming To Politics And Prose!
It’s a new year and WAMU In Your Bookstore made a resolution to get out even more. Our first foray in 2016 is going to be to a well-established neighborhood destination: Politics and Prose.
The shop in Northwest D.C. is one where you might bump into a former President or Supreme Court Justice while browsing. And they recently expanded by partnering with Busboys and Poets to expand their reach to other corners of the city.
Politics and Prose is host to hundreds of events each year, we’re dipping our toe in with three of our own. Members of our team will be at the original location on Connecticut Avenue to talk with authors about their work and bring you into the conversation as well.
Join us at Politics and Prose for:
The Folded Clock
Friday, April 1 at 7 p.m.
Author and “The Believer” founding editor Heidi Julavits in conversation with Ruth Tam, Kojo Show producer.
Callings: The Purpose and Passion of Work
Thursday, April 21 at 7 p.m.
Author and StoryCorps founder Dave Isay in conversation with Matt McCleskey, WAMU’s ‘Morning Edition’ host.
My Name is Lucy Barton
Saturday, January 16 at 3:30 p.m.
Author Elizabeth Strout in conversation with Tayla Burney, Kojo Show producer and books editor.
One Child: The Story of China’s Most Radical Experiment
Saturday, February 6 at 6 p.m.
Author Mei Fong in conversation with Tayla Burney*, Kojo Show producer.
The Creative Tarot: A Modern Guide to an Inspired Life
Saturday, February 27 at 6 p.m.
Author, book critic and founder of the Bookslut literary blog Jessa Crispin in conversation with Tayla Burney, Kojo Show producer and books editor.
Politics and Prose’s full schedule of events is worth browsing as well. We’ll be announcing our return to Kramerbooks for the winter and spring soon, too. And don’t forget to check out other area indie bookstores like Upshur Street Books and One More Page Books as well.
Hope to see you soon at P&P!