Author Talk

Author Talk
Dr. Gina R. Prince

Dr. Gina R. Prince Author Talk

In her debut novel, Born into Sin Transformed into Destiny, Dr. Gina R. Prince shares how the death of her father, when she was just 5 years old, left her with abandonment and identity issues. She later turned to drugs and sex to fill the void. Finally, she tried God who was waiting for her with open arms.  
"Spirit Hovering: poems" by Nancy Arbuthnot

Poetry Reading: Nancy Arbuthnot

As part of National Poetry Month, the Takoma Park Neighborhood Library is hosting a poetry reading with local poet Nancy Arbuthnot. 

Asian Restaurants of Washington

Local author John DeFerrari will be speaking about Asian restaurants in Washington featured in his latest book, Historic Restaurants of Washington, D.C.  All are welcome.

Author talk: Liliane Willens

Local author Liliane Willens will speak about her experience of living in Shanghai during World War II and the establishment of the People's Republic of China based on her memoir Stateless in Shanghai.

The Color of Courage: A Conversation with Author Julian Kulski with Polish Defense Attaché Brigadier General Jaroslaw Strozyk & Book Signing

"If there is going to be a war, I do not want to miss it." So writes Julian Kulski a few days before World War II begins, in this remarkable diary of a boy at war from ages 10 to 16. As the war unfolds through his eyes, we are privileged to meet an inspirational soul of indomitable will, courage and compassion.

Chat With Melinda Robertson

Come meet Melinda Robertson, the author of Mistaken Identity. This is a fast-paced story that takes you into the life of a single woman who plays by her own rules and ultimately changes the dating game.
The Turner House Book CoverAngela Flournoy Photo

Library Takeout at the Debut Event of 'The Turner House'

Join Angela Flournoy, former DC Public Library associate, for the release of her debut novel, The Turner House. The novel will be released on April 14 through Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
Carole Ottesen

Twenty Plants That Work So Hard You Won't Have To — In Honor of and with Advice from Henry Mitchell

To celebrate Earth Day, join garden writer Carole Ottesen for the 2015 Henry Mitchell Gardening Lecture at Tenley-Friendship Library.