13 SUNDAY | 1 P.M. Kathleen Day will discuss “Broken Bargain: Bankers, Bailouts, and the Struggle to Tame Wall Street” at Politics and Prose, 5015 Connecticut Ave. NW. 202-3641919.
3 P.M. Hugh McIntosh will read from “Guilty Pleasures: Popular Novels and American Audiences in the Long Nineteenth Century” at Politics and Prose.
5 P.M. Kevin M. Kruse and Julian E. Zelizer will discuss “Fault Lines: A History of the United States Since 1974” at Politics and Prose.
14 MONDAY | 7 P.M. Jerome Charyn will read from “The Perilous Adventures of the Cowboy King: A Novel of Teddy Roosevelt and His Times” at Politics and Prose.
7 P.M. Nicole Chung will discuss her memoir “All You Can Ever Know” with Melody Schreiber at One More Page Books, 2200 N. Westmoreland St., #101. Arlington. 703-3009746.
15 TUESDAY | 7 P.M. April Ryan, Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks, will lead a panel discussion on race with Democratic strategist Donna Brazile, Wall Street Journal editorial board member Jason Riley and Washington Post reporter Wesley
Lowery at Politics and Prose.
7 P.M. Elliot Ackerman will discuss “Waiting for Eden,” his novel about a hospitalized soldier, with Ron Capps, founder and director of the Veterans Writing Project, at Bards Alley, 110 Church St. NW, Vienna. 571-459-2653.
7 P.M. Sarah McColl will read from her memoir “Joy Enough,” in which she recounts caring for her ill mother, at Solid State Books, 600 H St. NE. 202-897-4201.
16 WEDNESDAY | 7 P.M. Roshani Chokshi will read from her young-adult fantasy novel, “The Gilded Wolves,” about a treasure hunter and wealthy hotelier, at Connie Morella Library, 7400 Arlington Rd, Bethesda. 240-777-0970.
7 P.M. Gregory B. Jaczko will discuss “Confessions of a Rogue Nuclear Regulator” with Ryan Grim, Washington bureau chief of the Intercept, at Politics and Prose at the Wharf, 70 District Sq. SW. 202-364-1919.
7 P.M. Ibi Zoboi will discuss “Black Enough: Stories of Being Young & Black in America” at Politics and Prose at Union Market, 1270 5th St. NE. 202-364-1919.
17 THURSDAY | 1 P.M. Amit Chaudhuri will discuss “Friend of My Youth,” his novel about a man revisiting Mumbai, at Politics and Prose. 7 P.M. Abby Ellin will discuss “Duped: Double Lives, False Identities, and the Con Man I Almost Married” at Politics and Prose.
7 P.M. Jean Case will discuss “Be Fearless: 5 Principles for a Life of Breakthroughs and Purpose” at Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, 600 I St. NW. 202-408-3100.
18 FRIDAY | 6:30 P.M. Erik Slader and Ben Thompson will discuss their middle-grade book “Not-So-Great Presidents: Commanders in Chief” at Solid State Books.
7 P.M. Sam Lipsyte will read from his novel “Hark,” a satire about a guru and his following, at Politics and Prose at Union Market.
7 P.M. Laurie Halse Anderson, author of “Speak,” and 2018 National Book Award winner Elizabeth Acevedo will discuss their young-adult novels at the Yard - Eastern Market, 700 Pennsylvania Ave. SE. 646-6883652. $24-$25.
7 P.M. Shoshana Zuboff will discuss “The Age of Surveillance Capitalism: The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power” at Politics and Prose.
19 SATURDAY | 1 P.M. David A. Taylor will read from “Cork Wars: Intrigue and Industry in World War II” at Politics and Prose.
3:30 P.M. Gina Apostol will read from “Insurrecto,” her novel about two women who write two versions of a film about the Philippine-American War, at Politics and Prose.
6 P.M. Marc Freedman will discuss “How to Live Forever: The Enduring Power of Connecting the Generations” at Politics and Prose.
6 P.M. Barbara Kinney will discuss “#StillWithHer: Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Moments That Sparked a Movement” at Politics and Prose at Union Market.