|2019_DC_NBF_Roberts_190831||19||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Andrew Roberts (w/David M. Rubenstein)|
Andrew Roberts discusses "Churchill: Walking with Destiny" (Viking) with David M. Rubenstein.
|2019_DC_NBF_Floca_190831||6||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Brian Floca|
Brian Floca discusses "Moonshot: The Flight of Apollo 11" (Atheneum/Richard Jackson).
|2019_DC_NBF_Gerald_190831||11||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Casey Gerald|
Casey Gerald discusses "There Will Be No Miracles Here: A Memoir" (Riverhead) with Colleen Shogan.
|2019_DC_NBF_Bell_190831||8||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Cece Bell|
Cece Bell launches her new book "Chick and Brain: Smell My Foot!" (Candlewick). Introduced by: Nicole Y. Chung.
|2019_DC_NBF_Native_190831||15||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Conversation: Native American History (Colin G. Calloway, David Treuer)|
Conversation: Native American History
Colin G. Calloway discusses "The Indian World of George Washington: The First President, the First Americans and the Birth of the Nation" (Oxford University) and David Treuer discusses "The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Native America from 1890 to the Present"...
|2019_DC_NBF_Real_People_190831||18||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Conversation: Novels Based on Real People (Louis Bayard, Roxana Robinson)|
Conversation: Novels Based on Real People
Louis Bayard discusses "Courting Mr. Lincoln" (Algonquin) and Roxana Robinson discusses "Dawson’s Fall" (Sarah Crichton) in a panel conversation moderated by Emily Eakin.
|2019_DC_NBF_Cap_Asia_190831||11||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Conversation: The Future of Western Capitalism and the Rise of Asia (Parag Khanna, Steven Pearlstein, David M. Rubenstein)|
Conversation: The Future of Western Capitalism and the Rise of Asia
Parag Khanna discusses "The Future Is Asian" (Simon & Schuster) and Steven Pearlstein discusses "Can American Capitalism Survive?: Why Greed Is Not Good, Opportunity Is Not Equal and Fairness Won’t Make Us Poor" (St. Martin’s) in a...
|2019_DC_NBF_DBrooks_190831||17||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- David Brooks (w/David M. Rubenstein)|
David Brooks discusses "The Second Mountain: The Quest for a Moral Life" (Random House) with David M. Rubenstein.
|2019_DC_NBF_Epstein_190831||8||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- David Epstein|
David Epstein discusses "Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World" (Riverhead) with Anne-Imelda Radice.
|2019_DC_NBF_Grann_190831||8||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- David Grann|
David Grann discusses "The White Darkness" (Doubleday) with Carlos Lozada.
|2019_DC_NBF_Maraniss_190831||9||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- David Maraniss|
David Maraniss discusses "A Good American Family: The Red Scare and My Father" (Simon & Schuster) with Adam Kushner.
|2019_DC_NBF_McCullough_190831||22||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- David McCullough|
David McCullough discusses "The Pioneers: The Heroic Stories of the Settlers Who Brought the American Ideal West" (Simon & Schuster) with Marie Arana.
|2019_DC_NBF_Brinkley_190831||18||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Douglas Brinkley (w/David M. Rubenstein)|
Douglas Brinkley discusses "American Moonshot: John F. Kennedy and the Great Space Race" (HarperCollins) with David M. Rubenstein.
|2019_DC_NBF_Pagels_190831||10||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Elaine Pagels|
Elaine Pagels discusses "Why Religion?: A Personal Story" (Ecco) with Jon Parrish Peede.
|2019_DC_NBF_Weiss_190831||7||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Elaine Weiss|
Elaine Weiss discusses "The Woman’s Hour: The Great Fight to Win the Vote" (Viking). Introduced by: Amy Argetsinger.
|2019_DC_NBF_Thomas_190831||12||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Evan Thomas|
Evan Thomas discusses "First: Sandra Day O’Connor" (Random House) with Colleen Shogan.
|2019_DC_NBF_Bowen_190831||3||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Fred Bowen|
Fred Bowen launches his new book "Speed Demon" (Peachtree).
|2019_DC_NBF_Gates_190831||19||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Henry Louis Gates Jr.|
Henry Louis Gates Jr.
Henry Louis Gates Jr. discusses "Dark Sky Rising: Reconstruction and the Dawn of Jim Crow" (Scholastic). Introduced by: Peggy McGlone.
|2019_DC_NBF_Krosoczka_190831||5||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Jarrett J. Krosoczka|
Jarrett J. Krosoczka
Jarrett J. Krosoczka is a New York Times best-selling author, a National Book Award Finalist, a two-time winner of the Children’s Choice Book Award for the Third to Fourth Grade Book of the Year, an Eisner award nominee and the author and/or illustrator of more than 30 books for...
|2019_DC_NBF_Holm_190831||6||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Jennifer L. Holm and Matthew Holm|
Jennifer L. Holm and Matthew Holm
Jennifer L. Holm and Matthew Holm launch their new book "The Evil Princess vs. the Brave Knight" (Random House).
|2019_DC_NBF_Freeman_190831||9||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Joanne B. Freeman|
Joanne B. Freeman
Joanne B. Freeman discusses "The Field of Blood: Violence in Congress and the Road to Civil War" (Farrar, Straus & Giroux) with John Haskell.
|2019_DC_NBF_JS_SW_190831||11||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Jon Scieszka and Steven Weinberg|
Jon Scieszka and Steven Weinberg
Jon Scieszka and Steven Weinberg launch their new book "AstroNuts Mission One: The Plant Planet" (Chronicle).
|2019_DC_NBF_Andres_190831||23||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- José Andrés (w/Diane Rehm)|
José Andrés discusses "Vegetables Unleashed" (Ecco) and "We Fed an Island: The True Story of Rebuilding Puerto Rico, One Meal at a Time" (Ecco) with Diane Rehm.
|2019_DC_NBF_Medina_190831||7||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Juana Medina|
Juana Medina launches her new book "Juana & Lucas: Big Problemas" (Candlewick).
|2019_DC_NBF_Park_190831||7||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Linda Sue Park|
Linda Sue Park
Linda Sue Park launches her new book "Nya’s Long Walk: A Step at a Time" (Clarion).
|2019_DC_NBF_Cummins_190831||2||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Lucy Ruth Cummins|
Lucy Ruth Cummins
Lucy Ruth Cummins discusses "Truman" (Atheneum).
|2019_DC_NBF_MB_GP_190831||8||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Mac Barnett and Greg Pizzoli|
Mac Barnett and Greg Pizzoli
Mac Barnett and Greg Pizzoli launch their new book "Hi, Jack!" (Viking). Mac Barnett also discusses "The Important Thing About Margaret Wise Brown" (Balzer + Bray) and "Kid Spy: The Impossible Crime" (Orchard).
|2019_DC_NBF_Phelan_190831||9||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Matt Phelan|
Matt Phelan discusses "Knights vs. Monsters" (Greenwillow).
|2019_DC_NBF_Gubler_190831||13||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Matthew Gray Gubler|
Matthew Gray Gubler
Matthew Gray Gubler discusses "Rumple Buttercup: A Story of Bananas, Belonging and Being Yourself" (Random House) with Juanita Giles.
|2019_DC_NBF_Beschloss_190831||12||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Michael Beschloss (w/David M. Rubenstein)|
Michael Beschloss discusses "Presidents of War" (Crown) with David M. Rubenstein.
|2019_DC_NBF_Misc_190831||66||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Miscellaneous|
Folks here include Carla Hayden, Tom Angleberger, Peter Slen (with C-SPAN), Ida Jones, James Swanson, and Michael Bishop.
|2019_DC_NBF_MBrooks_190831||5||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Molly Brooks|
Molly Brooks discusses "Sanity & Tallulah" (Disney-Hyperion).
|2019_DC_NBF_Changemakers_190831||23||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Panel: Changemakers (w/Andrea Barnet, David W. Blight, Andrew Roberts)|
Andrea Barnet discusses "Visionary Women: How Rachel Carson, Jane Jacobs, Jane Goodall and Alice Waters Changed Our World" (Ecco), David W. Blight discusses "Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom" (Simon & Schuster) and Andrew Roberts discusses "Churchill: Walking with Destiny"...
|2019_DC_NBF_Immigration_190831||11||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Panel: From the Many, One -- Immigration Memoirs (w/Reyna Grande, Aleksandar Hemon, Suketu Mehta)|
Panel: From the Many, One -- Immigration Memoirs
Reyna Grande discusses "A Dream Called Home: A Memoir" (Atria), Aleksandar Hemon discusses "My Parents: An Introduction/This Does Not Belong to You" (MCD/Farrar, Straus & Giroux) and Suketu Mehta discusses "This Land Is Our Land: An Immigrant’s...
|2019_DC_NBF_Race_190831||70||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Panel: Race in America (w/Henry Louis Gates Jr., Richard Gergel, Steve Luxenberg)|
Panel: Race in America
Henry Louis Gates Jr. discusses "Stony the Road: Reconstruction, White Supremacy and the Rise of Jim Crow" (Penguin), Judge Richard Gergel discusses "Unexampled Courage: The Blinding of Sgt. Isaac Woodard and the Awakening of President Harry S. Truman and Judge J. Waties Waring"...
|2019_DC_NBF_PP_190831||34||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Politics and Prose Area|
|2019_DC_NBF_Telgemeier_190831||10||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Raina Telgemeier|
Raina Telgemeier discusses "Share Your Smile: Raina’s Guide to Telling Your Own Story" (Graphix/Scholastic).
|2019_DC_NBF_Ford_190831||2||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Richard Ford|
Richard Ford is the recipient of the 2019 Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction. He is the author of the “Bascombe” novels, which include “The Sportswriter” and its sequels, “Independence Day” (the first novel to win the Pulitzer Prize and the PEN/Faulkner Award), “The Lay of the...
|2019_DC_NBF_Atkinson_190831||12||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Rick Atkinson|
Rick Atkinson discusses "The British Are Coming: The War for America, Lexington to Princeton, 1775-1777" (Henry Holt).
|2019_DC_NBF_Smith_190831||3||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Ronald L. Smith|
Ronald L. Smith
Ronald L. Smith discusses "The Owls Have Come to Take Us Away" (Clarion). Introduced by: Peggy McGlone.
|2019_DC_NBF_Malone_190831||4||Natl Book Festival 2019 -- Thomas W. Malone|
Thomas W. Malone
Thomas W. Malone is the Patrick J. McGovern (1959) Professor of Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management and the founding director of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence. At MIT, he is also a professor of information technology and a professor of work and organizational...