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Geraldine Connolly is the author of several poetry collections, including “Food for the Winter,” “Province of Fire,” and “Hand of the Wind,” as well...

The Literary Hill

Looking for Virginia Dare Twenty years before Jamestown and more than three decades prior to Plymouth, there was the Roanoke Colony. In 1587, a...

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Greg Prickman recently joined the staff of the Folger Shakespeare Library as the Director of Collections and Eric Weinmann Librarian. He’d barely had a...

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Chris Haley has written two award-winning scripts: “The Studio,” which focused on the plight of the homeless, and “The Reconciliation Walk for Slavery and...

The Literary Hill

Risky Business Christopher Datta has written some killer fiction. He has also had a long and distinguished diplomatic career. In his new memoir, “Guardians...

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Award-winning DC poet Sandra Beasley is author of three poetry collections: “Count the Waves,” “I Was the Jukebox” (winner of the Barnard Women Poets...

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Gina Sangster is a DC native who grew up on Capitol Hill, where she currently works as a therapist. Her essays have appeared in...

The Literary Hill

Of the Farm When Kim Prothro Williams stumbled upon a stone springhouse on the grounds of the Lowell School in Northwest, she sensed it had...

Creative Housing Options Explored at CHV Symposium

Whether it’s supplementing one’s income, getting a house-mate, getting help with household chores, or moving into a co-housing building, Capitol Hill seniors are exploring...

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Theresa Maxwell is a retired NASA engineer who lives on Capitol Hill with her husband. She writes that her poem below, based on her...