This free event will have a selection of over 30 local authors ready to sign, discuss, and read their works. Included are over 10 exhibitors ranging from local publishers to local reading and writing non-profit organizations.
Authors include: Brett L. Abrams, Bill S. Ashley, Meredith Henne Baker, Mike Canning, Stephanie Deutsch, Tom Dunkel, Emily Goodstein, Mary Z. Gray, Patricia Gray, Maggie Hall, Sharon M. Hannon, Lucinda Janke, Abby Arthur Johnson and Ronald Maberry Johnson, Beth Kanter, Katy Kelly, Marguerite Kelly , Linda Killian, Kevin R. Kosar, Tim Krepp, James Magner, Chuck McCutcheon, George Derek Musgrove, Jean Nordhaus, Rindy Oâ€™Brien, Garrett Peck, Quintin Peterson, Robert Pohl, Ariel Sabar, Canden Schwantes, David H. Shinn, Paris Singer, Louise Smith, Janine K. Spendlove, James Swanson, Craig Timberg, Cathy Travis, Gene Weingarten, and John R. Wennersten.
Exhibitors include: Capitol Hill Books, Capitol Hill Writerâ€™s Group, DC Public Library, Fairy God Mother, Folger Shakespeare Library, Hill Center, Library of Congress, PEN/Faulkner, Platypus Media, Riverby Books, Ruka Press, and Washington Conservation Guild.
11:30-11:50 (Janine Spendlove - War of the Seasons)
12:00-12:20 (Tom Dunkel - Color Blind: The Forgotten Team That Broke Baseball's Color Line)
12:30-12:50 (Garrett Peck - The Smithsonian Castle and the Seneca Quarry)
1:00-1:20 (Linda Killian - The Swing Vote: The Untapped Power of Independents)
1:30-1:50 (Mike Canning - Hollywood on the Potomac: How the Movies View Washington, D.C.)
2:00-2:20 (Beth Kanter and Emily Goodstein - Washington, DC Chef's Table)
2:30-2:50 (Tim Krepp - Capitol Hill Haunts)
For more information visit us on the web at http:// www.literaryhillbookfest.or g/