MONDAY – SUNDAY
9 a.m. – 10 p.m.
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The Contemporary American Novel of Ideas: The philosophical novel is very much alive! Join this class and tackle three contemporary novels about big ideas over the course of six sessions, including works by Dana Spiotta, Don DeLillo, and Jennifer Egan.
The Politics of Theater in D.C.: The sparks created when politically and socially engaged theater hits the stage can leave an indelible mark on an audience, and D.C. offers an incredible range of opportunities to experience such transformative plays. Local playwright and producer Ari Roth leads this class.
How to Make Literary Social Media Work for You: In this four-week class, local critic and author Bethanne Patrick will introduce you to the sites, tools, and decorum of what works online now for readers and writers.
Skunk on a String
(Owl Kids, $16.95)
Ingrid & Dieter Schubert
Up From the Sea
Reservations and tickets should be acquired from the hosting organization. Contact Kate Shawcross if you are planning an event and would like us to supply the books.