Dameron chronicles his struggles in 'The Lie: A Memoir of Two Marriages, Catfishing & Coming Out'
The bimonthly reading group is throwing a "lit party" at the DC Center on May 15
Sketchtasy author Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore shares her views on what radical queer politics look like
Professor Bonnie J. Morris returns to D.C. with a timely new book on the history of feminism
Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury is a gripping, damning telling of the chaos in Trump's White House.
An elegant new book reveals Paul Child's view of his life in France with his soon-to-be extremely famous wife.
"Quite a Life!" celebrates Schwartz's rise to become a D.C. political fixture
DC Public Library Foundation's Banned Books Week cocktail party is a celebration of free expression
Something for everyone at the annual literary event
A new memoir timed with the fifth anniversary of the murder of the unarmed black teenager
David France’s How to Survive a Plague documents the activism of the unheralded heroes in the fight against HIV and AIDS
John Hudak brings "Marijuana: A Short History (The Short Histories)"
The D.C. Public Library celebrates more than books at this year's Banned Books Week
Independence Day on Fire Island
L.M. Elliott's new novel tells of a 15th century Italian girl who takes up residence in the National Gallery of Art