Soontornvat will discuss All Thirteen: The Incredible Rescue of the Thai Boys' Soccer Team.
Fine will discuss her novel The Upstairs House with Lynn Steger Strong.
Forman discusses her children's book, Curls, with Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie.
The late Les Payne published The Dead Are Arising: The Life of Malcolm X before his death in 2018. His daughter Tamara will discuss the book with Errin Haines, Rochelle Riley, and DeWayne Wickham.
Lawton will discuss Raceless: In Search of Family, Identity, and the Truth About Where I Belong.
The AFDC will interview Scott Dominic Carpenter about his new memoir, French Like Moi: A Midwesterner in Paris.
Ryan will discuss her novel set in WWII Britain, The Kitchen Front.
This interactive reading for children and families will cover short stories from Aquiles Nazoa's The Private Life of Rag Dolls, a 1975 work from Venezuela, and will be followed by a doll-making activity.
P&P Live will welcome authors Briana A. Thomas, Alcione M. Amos, and Stephen McKevitt as they discuss U Street NW's rich and unique history, stories from Barry Farms, and the architecture and development of each.
Vedantam, host of the podcast Hidden Brain, discusses Useful Delusions: The Power and Paradox of the Self-Deceiving Brain.
Serena Zabin, professor of history and director of the American studies program at Carleton College, discusses her book The Boston Massacre: A Family History on the personal and political conflicts that erupted in the Boston Massacre. Registration is required for this free event.
Turshen discusses her new cookbook Simply Julia: 110 Easy Recipes for Healthy Comfort Food with Antoni Porowski.