|2020_ZZ_Autographs_1994||238||Autographs -- 1994|
Philly, SDCC, and a later NYCC
|2020_ZZ_Autographs_1995||209||Autographs -- 1995|
NYCC and SDCC
|2020_ZZ_Autographs_2006||110||Autographs -- 2006|
|2020_ZZ_Autographs_2007||91||Autographs -- 2007|
SDCC, Mid-Ohio Con, etc plus some overflow from 2012
|2020_ZZ_Autographs_2008||111||Autographs -- 2008|
|2020_ZZ_Autographs_2009||99||Autographs -- 2009|
|2020_ZZ_Autographs_2010||169||Autographs -- 2010|
Including some into 2012
|2020_ZZ_Autographs_2011||76||Autographs -- 2011|
|2020_ZZ_Autographs_2012||150||Autographs -- 2012|
|2020_ZZ_Autographs_2013||219||Autographs -- 2013|
|2020_ZZ_Autographs_2014||236||Autographs -- 2014|
2014/2015 plus some overflow from 2018 and 2019
|2020_ZZ_Autographs_2015||127||Autographs -- 2015|
|2020_ZZ_Autographs_2016||138||Autographs -- 2016|
I hadn't been photographing the books originally but after the 2016 San DiegoComic-Con, I reconsidered. I was still in California and my friend Richard Thompson, who had seen all the previous books in person, was in a bad way in Virginia with the last torturous stages of Parkinsons. I photographed the...
|2020_ZZ_Autographs_2017||150||Autographs -- 2017|
|2020_ZZ_Autographs_2018||158||Autographs -- 2018|
|2020_ZZ_Autographs_2019||99||Autographs -- 2019|
Normally, I start an autograph/sketch book every year at San Diego Comic-Con (July) and use the same one until it's time for the next SDCC, in which case I put away the old book and start a new one. If there are too many events before the SDCC, I end up spilling over into older autograph books. Life...
|2020_ZZ_Autographs_X||10||Autographs -- Various years|
|2020_DC_Pak_200216||22||DC -- Dupont Circle -- Fantom Comics -- Event: Greg Pak signing|
Greg Pak Signing | Darth Vader #1
Our friend Greg Pak returns for a surprise visit! To celebrate the release of Darth Vader #1, Greg is coming back to Fantom Comics to hang out, talk shop, and sign books! So stop on by, come chat with us, and grab some books! We'll talk Star Wars, comics, and have an...
|2020_DC_King_200307||60||DC -- Dupont Circle -- Fantom Comics -- Event: Tom King|
Strange Adventures Signing w/ Tom King
Tom King presents Strange Adventures, telling the story of Adam Strange as a man of two worlds. We're happy to announce that Tom will be returning to the store. Signing will follow a podcast discussion with Julian Lytle of IGNORANT BLISS.
|2020_DC_Ferreiro_200115||32||DC -- Institute of World Politics -- Event: Larrie D. Ferreiro ("Brothers at Arms: American Independence and the Men of France and Spain")|
Brothers at Arms: American Independence and the Men of France and Spain
by The Institute of World Politics
Author Larrie D. Ferreiro will discuss "Brothers at Arms: American Independence and the Men of France and Spain."
Pulitzer Prize Finalist in History
Winner of the Journal of the American...
|2020_DC_Mitchell_200218||59||Natl Archives -- Jerry Mitchell ("Race Against Time")|
Race Against Time: A Reporter Reopens the Unsolved Murder Cases of the Civil Rights Era
Investigative journalist Jerry Mitchell takes readers on the twisting road that led to the reopening of four of the most infamous killings during the civil rights movement. His work played a central role in bringing...
|2020_DC_NYU_Student_200121||48||NYU -- Student tour of NMAAHC|
|2020_DC_Dionne_200207||80||Politics & Prose -- E.J. Dionne, Jr. ("Code Red") w/Deborah Tannen|
E.J. Dionne, Jr. - Code Red: How Progressives and Moderates Can Unite to Save Our Country — in conversation with Deborah Tannen
This evening of political give-and-take will begin with a signing at 6:30 and be followed by a screening of the Democratic debate at 8 p.m. In between, E.J. Dionne, Washington...
|2020_DC_Bordewich_200225||63||Politics & Prose -- Fergus M. Bordewich ("Congress at War")|
Fergus M. Bordewich - Congress at War: How Republican Reformers Fought the Civil War, Defied Lincoln, Ended Slavery, and Remade America
One of the leading independent historians of the Civil War, Bordewich, author of books including The First Congress and America’s Great Debate, takes exception to the...
|2020_DC_Kaplan_200221||29||Politics & Prose -- Fred Kaplan ("The Bomb: Presidents, Generals, and the Secret History of Nuclear War")|
Fred Kaplan - The Bomb: Presidents, Generals, and the Secret History of Nuclear War
In his compelling and important new study, Kaplan, the national-security columnist for Slate and the author of books including Dark Territory and The Insurgents, applies his deep reporting skills and impeccable...
|2020_DC_Zughaib_200116||89||Politics & Prose -- Helen Zughaib ("Stories My Father Told Me")|
Helen Zughaib - Stories My Father Told Me
In 25 vibrant, geometric gouache and ink paintings, an acclaimed artist illuminates stories from her father’s life. A gifted storyteller, Helen’s father spent years regaling his family with anecdotes about his early childhood in Damascus, village life in...
|2020_DC_Sayles_200208||72||Politics & Prose -- John Sayles ("Yellow Earth")|
John Sayles - Yellow Earth
A writer, actor, and filmmaker, Sayles has directed eighteen feature films, including Matewan and Lone Star, and has twice been nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. His new novel revives the spirit of the Wild West to trace the arc of a classic...
|2020_DC_Horn_200222||98||Politics & Prose -- Jonathan Horn ("Washington's End")|
Jonathan Horn - Washington's End: The Final Years and Forgotten Struggle
Horn, a former White House presidential speechwriter, follows his acclaimed biography of Robert E. Lee, The Man Who Would Not Be Washington, with a revelatory look at the nation’s first president. Starting as Washington withdrew...
|2020_DC_Barnard_200208||17||Politics & Prose -- Neal D. Barnard ("Your Body in Balance")|
Neal D. Barnard - Your Body in Balance: The New Science of Food, Hormones, and Health
It’s still true that “you are what you eat,” and in his groundbreaking new book, Barnard shows how food can cause a variety of ailments—infertility, menstrual cramps, weight gain, hair loss, breast and prostate...
|2020_DC_ObamaP_200223||115||Politics & Prose -- Taina Caragol, Dorothy Moss, Richard J. Powell and Kim Sajet ("The Obama Portraits")|
Taina Caragol, Dorothy Moss, Richard J. Powell and Kim Sajet - The Obama Portraits
The first commissioned presidential portraits by African American artists, the paintings of Barack and Michelle Obama, by Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald, respectively, reside in the National Portrait Gallery, where they...
|2020_DC_Stable_Genius_200226||75||Politics & Prose @ GW Betts Theatre -- Philip Rucker & Carol Leonnig ("A Very Stable Genius") w/Andrea Mitchell|
Philip Rucker & Carol Leonnig - A Very Stable Genius—in conversation with Andrea Mitchell at GW Betts Theatre
From their respective roles as White House Bureau chief and Pulitzer Prize-winning national investigative reporter for The Washington Post, Rucker and Leonnig have covered the Trump...
|2020_DC_Lancon_200125||64||Politics & Prose @ Union Market -- Philippe Lançon ("Disturbance: Surviving Charlie Hebdo") w/Elliot Ackerman|
Philippe Lançon - Disturbance: Surviving Charlie Hebdo — at Politics and Prose at Union Market, presented with the French Embassy
A French journalist, Lançon was gravely wounded in the 2015 terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo. His powerful memoir, an award-winning bestseller in France, confronts this...
|2020_DC_Fink_200115||37||USCHS -- Lunch Talk: Matthew P. Fink ("The Unlikely Reformer: Carter Glass and Financial Regulation")|
The U.S. Capitol Historical Society is pleased to announce an upcoming book talk with Matthew P. Fink on his new book The Unlikely Reformer: Carter Glass and Financial Regulation.
In his presentation, Matthew Fink will discuss the accomplishments and contributions of Sen. Carter Glass. Glass authored...
|2020_DC_Highland_200205||66||USCHS -- Lunch Talk: Sara Bon-Harper and Jennifer Stacy ("New History at James Monroe’s Highland")|
“New History at James Monroe’s Highland”
Sara Bon-Harper (executive director of James Monroe’s Highland) and Jennifer Stacy (member of Highland’s descendant community)
Bon-Harper and Stacy will present recent discoveries at the site, including the discovery of a lost-and-forgotten President’s house,...
|2020_DC_Date_Lab_200214||183||Washington Post @ Smithsonian American Art Museum -- DATE LAB: Night at the Museum|
DATE LAB: Night at the Museum
by The Washington Post
Join us as The Washington Post Magazine’s popular Date Lab column comes to life this Valentine’s Day at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Get a behind the scenes look at how Date Lab writers make matches and coordinate dates plus what makes a...
|2023_02_11E2_Fugazi||244||AFI -- "We Are Fugazi From Washington, DC" (w/Joe Gross and Jeff Krulik)|
"We Are Fugazi From Washington, DC"
Feb. 11 & 15: Intro and Q&A with program curators Joe Gross and Jeff Krulik
(tHISiSNOTaFUGAZIdOCUMENTARY.) To commemorate the 20 years that have passed since DC-based post-hardcore band Fugazi's last live appearance (November 4, 2002, at The Forum in London), AFI ... (Partially reviewed)
|2022_12_20C1_WW2_Prayer||174||DC -- World War II Memorial -- Event: Unveiling of FDR D-Day Prayer Plaque|
Unveiling Of FDR D-Day Prayer Plaque At Circle Of Remembrance At National World War Ii Memorial
On December 20 at 11:30 a.m., Sen. Rob Portman and other noted guests will convene at the Circle of Remembrance at the World War II Memorial for the unveiling of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt D-Day Prayer...
|2023_01_12A1_Soul_Opened||135||Takoma Park Community Center -- Event: One Day My Soul Just Opened Up -- Opening Reception|
One Day My Soul Just Opened Up
FREE ART OPENING RECEPTION
Four Black female artists will share their diverse range of artwork in a new exhibition at the Takoma Park Community Center. The featured artists include Debra Jean Ambush, Nikki Brooks, Joan M. E. Gaither, and Anike Robinson.
|2023_01_19B_Behaving_Boldly||113||Hirshhorn Museum -- Event: Behaving Boldly: Women Leading 21st-Century Museums (w/Melissa Chiu, Kaywin Feldman, Kim Sajet, Stephanie Stebich, and Sarah Thornton)|
Behaving Boldly: Women Leading 21st-Century Museums
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
The Washington Post commissioned a special art work by feminist artist group Guerilla Girls calling attention to the lack of women represented at art museums in the nation’s capital. Nearly 15 years later, thes...
|2023_01_23B2_Bomb||114||DC -- Cleveland Park Library -- Event: Steve Sheinkin & Nick Bertozzi ("Bomb Graphic Novel: The Race to Build - And Steal - The World's Most Dangerous Weapon")|
Steve Sheinkin & Nick Bertozzi -- Bomb Graphic Novel: The Race to Build - And Steal - The World's Most Dangerous Weapon -- In Partnership with DCPL at Cleveland Park Library
Politics and Prose is delighted to partner with DC Public Library to present Bomb Graphic Novel by Steve Sheinkin and Nick Ber... (Partially reviewed)