Hey D.C.: Books Have 0% Humidity

The delights of mid-August in Washington D.C. are innumerable, truly. Now add "America's most controversial Saul Bellow-enthusiast James Wood," "Helene Cooper," and "other things" to this ever-growing list of available pleasantries.

Monday, August 10

New York Times lady Helene Cooper has a memoir, the House at Sugar Beach, which is supposed to be quite good! 7 PM. [Politics & Prose]

Dwayne Betts was once in prison, and now he is at Busboys & Poets. His new book is A Question of Freedom: A Memoir of Learning, Survival and Coming of Age in Prison. 6:30 PM. [Busboys & Poets]

Wednesday, August 12

Ha, did not realize virtuosic finger-drummer James Wood is still on his How Fiction Works promotional tour. 7 PM. [Politics & Prose]

Thursday, August 13

Alex S. Jones is that rare media critic who has written for publications other than his own Tumblr. Losing the News is his latest book, in which he argues that the news has gone soft. 7 PM. [Politics & Prose]


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