The Washington Post Sunday

LITERARY CALENDAR

Sept. 12 - 18

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12 SUNDAY | 3 P.M. Alice Feeney discusses “Rock Paper Scissors” with Mary Kubica, streamed through Left Bank Books at left-bank.com/event.

5 P.M. Achy Obejas, Azar Nafisi, Lisa Page and Michael Reynolds discuss internatio­nal literature and culture, streamed through Politics and Prose Live at politics-prose.com/events.

8 P.M. Billie Jean King discusses “All In” with Katie Couric, streamed through Books and Books at booksandbo­oks.com. Ticket required.

13 MONDAY | 6 P.M. Katie Lattari discuss “Dark Things I Adore” with Sarah Langan, streamed through Politics and Prose Live.

6:45 P.M. Seth David Radwell discusses “American Schism: How the Two Enlightenm­ents Hold the Secret to Healing Our Nation,” streamed through Smithsonia­n Associates at smithsonia­nassociate­s.org. $25.

14 TUESDAY | 6 P.M. T.C. Boyle discusses “Talk To Me” with Susan Coll, streamed through Politics and Prose Live.

7 P.M. Tracee Stanley discusses “Radiant Rest” with Reggie Hubbard, streamed through East City Bookshop at eastcitybo­okshop.com/event.

7:30 P.M. Leslie Kern discusses “Feminist City: Claiming Space in a Man-Made World” with Evette Dionne, streamed through Charis Books and More at charisbook­sandmore.com.

8 P.M. Evan Osnos discusses “Wildland: The Making of America’s Fury,” streamed through Books & Books, Harvard Book Store, and Politics and Prose Live. $5-$37.

10 P.M. Jay Kristoff and Christophe­r Paolini discuss “Empire of the Vampire” and “To Sleep in a Sea of Stars” with Samantha Hendricks, streamed through An Unlikely Story at anunlikely­story.com/event.

15 WEDNESDAY | 5 P.M. Tamara Winfrey-Harris discusses “Dear Black Girl: Letters From Your Sisters on Stepping Into Your Power,” streamed through Lewes Library at delawareli­braries.libcal.com/event/

8010504.

7 P.M. Ada Ferrer discusses “Cuba: An American History” with David Blight, streamed through Midtown Scholar at midtownsch­olar.com/events.

7 P.M. Jewell Parker Rhodes discusses “Paradise on Fire” with Jason Reynolds, streamed through Politics and Prose Live. Ages 10-14.

16 THURSDAY | 6 P.M. Sheryll Cashin discusses “White Space, Black Hood” with Paul Butler,

streamed through Politics and Prose Live.

7 P.M. Kristin Hannah discusses “The Four Winds” with Christina Baker Kline, streamed through An Unlikely Story.

8 P.M. Antoni Porowski discusses “Antoni: Let’s Do Dinner,” streamed through Politics and Prose Live. $30.99-$37.

17 FRIDAY | 7 P.M. John Edgar Wideman’s memoir “Brothers & Keepers” is discussed by D. Quentin Miller, streamed through the F. Scott Fitzgerald Literary Festival at fscottfest­ival.org.

7:30 P.M. Laura Zam discusses “The Pleasure Plan” with Justyn Hintze at Lost City Books, 2467 18th St. NW. 202-232-4774.

8 P.M. Tyler Merritt discusses “I Take My Coffee Black,” streamed through Politics and Prose Live.

18 SATURDAY | 2 P.M. Alyssa Cole, Alexandria Bellefleur, Katrina Jackson, Casey McQuiston and Rebekah Weatherspo­on discuss diversity in romance with Olivia Waite, streamed through Third Place Books at thirdplace­books.com.

3 P.M. Max Porter discusses “The Death of Francis Bacon,” streamed through Politics and Prose Live.

For more literary events, go to wapo.st/literaryca­l.

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