“Politically and socially, we are at the edge of another precipice. And those of us who are artists must charge into the fray, leading a charge to turn a tide.” — […]
After 12 years on the National Mall, the festival moved indoors in 2014. On a particularly rainy start to Labor Day weekend, this felt like a good choice.
“Lincoln in the Bardo” will confound you, will move you and make you feel drugged at times, will challenge your conceptions of what a novel should be — but also […]
Georgetown has always been known for its writers and — once upon a time — for its many bookstores. Here is a partial list of past and present Georgetown authors, […]
Catching up on your reading over the summer isn’t just for kids and college students. Whether you flee D.C. in August for the rolling hills or the roiling waves (or […]
Ahead of The Georgetowner’s Summer Reading issue, appearing this week, a young writer describes what books have meant — and mean — to her.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie appeared March 16 as part of the university’s Faith & Culture series.
Adweek’s news anchor of the year spoke at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue Dec. 5 about her life and her new book.
Three of D.C.’s best-known authors pitched their latest last Saturday at the convention center.