Politics and prose book club
Signed Book | Politics and Prose BookstoreThe evening book groups meet at the Connecticut Avenue location, downstairs in The Den Coffeehouse. Two new book groups have recently formed: Bipartisan meets every first Sunday of each month at 5 p. Two book groups meet at our Union Market location at 5th St. The Horror! There is no need to sign up in advance; simply read the book club's selection and show up for the discussion. If you have further questions, feel free to email bookgroups politics-prose. The Den opens at 8 a.
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Spanish Language Bookgroup. The Spanish Book Club was established over five years ago and has been meeting regularly every third Tuesday of the month at p. Our group is culturally diverse with members from Latin America, Spain, and the United States with unique life experiences. The club has an email list of more than people, actual participants and followers, in the U. The Club reads contemporary Latin American literature.
You might be familiar with our Book-A-Month Gift Program , in which our booksellers hand-pick a monthly gift for a reader in your life. Now you can sign up to have a first edition, first printing of a newly released book delivered each month directly to your - or your loved one's - doorstep. There is no enrollment fee. You can save by choosing to collect your books in the store. The program is available for six or twelve months at a time. We will showcase novels and literary nonfiction from authors whom we read and love, and who inspire us with contagious enthusiasm.
Politics and Prose currently hosts more than 20 different Store-Sponsored Book There is no need to sign up in advance; simply read the book club's selection.
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This form only indicates to the order processor that you would like a book or books reserved for signing. If you do not add the actual book to your shopping cart, we will add the cost of the book to your order on your behalf. - Enroll a child or teen in our Book-a-Month Gift Program.
The 19th annual event, to be held from a. Saturday, August 31, at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, will feature more than authors, poets, and illustrators discussing and signing their books. The roster of festival authors includes big names, public figures, and Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award winners, who will make presentations on stages dedicated to kids, fiction, history, biography, poetry, science, and more; thematic programs and panel discussions will also be on offer throughout the festival. The full list of participating authors can be found on the Library of Congress website.