Author Talk

Author Talk
Author David Greene

'Midnight In Siberia': Author Talk with David Greene

Join NPR Morning Edition’s David Greene, author of Midnight in Siberia: A Train Journey into the Heart of Russia, as he talks about his experiences on the Trans-Siberian Railway, offering a “rare look into the soul of twenty-first century Russia.”
Reaper of Souls by Beverley East

'Reaper of Souls' by Beverley East

Beverley East discusses her novel, Reaper of Souls, which is based on the effect of the Kendal train crash on her Jamaican family.

WordsOut - LGBTQ Literary Fair for Readers, Writers & Librarians

On Sunday, June 21, The DC Public Library is hosting the second annual literary event, WordsOut. WordsOut is a scholarly component to the Library's participation in the Annual Pride parade and the Pride Festival on Pennsylvania Avenue, and was the name of a prominent gay men's writing group of the MLK Library in the 1980s and 1990s.
Stateless in Shanghai cover

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.
Old photo of life on the C&O CanalScene of a tunnel on the C&O CanalLogo of C&O Canal Trust

'The Grand Old Ditch'

Talk on the past, present, and future of the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal by Judith Welles, Canal Trust board member and local history author, including historic highlights and photographs.
Correspondence Course: The Bathsua Project

Author Talk: Correspondence Course: The Bathsua Project

Please join local author Rhoda Trooboff as she talks about her book, Correspondence Course: The Bathsua Project.    
"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.