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Gregory Luce is the author of four books of poetry: “Signs of Small Grace,” “Drinking Weather,” Memory and Desire,” and “Tile,” and has been...

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Location, Location, Location How did Capitol Hill arise? And who was responsible for establishing our neighborhood? A new book from the U.S. Capitol Historical Society...

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Eric Rozenman has long worked on or near Capitol Hill, coming to Washington in 1980 as a congressional staffer and now, semi-retired, as communications...

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Confronting Demons Fina Mendoza is searching for her lost sweatshirt in the Crypt of the US Capitol when she encounters a ghostly shadow that meows...

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Carnell Boyd is a writer, painter, and poet who has always liked writing, “but more so over the last 28 years.” He describes his...

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All About Abe In “Courting Mr. Lincoln,” novelist Louis Bayard has given readers a remarkable gift: a fresh perspective on the future president from two...

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Marriage, Interrupted Abby and TC Maslin seemed to have it all: youth, vitality, engaging careers, a new child and a strong and loving marriage. Then,...

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Michael Shindler is a research fellow at the Consumer Choice Center and a DC writer whose work has appeared in a number of publications,...

Local Authors Showcased at 2019 BookFest

This year’s Literary Hill BookFest brings together nearly 40 local writers to talk with visitors about their books. Selected authors will also give talks...

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Local poet Sandra Beasley is the author of three poetry collections—“Count the Waves,” “I Was the Jukebox,” and “Theories of Falling”—as well as a...