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Fun and Games: The Literary Hill

Connecting with Baseball When it comes to the national pastime, Pasquale A. “Pat” Carlucci has led a charmed life. He was born in Queens on...

Register for Literary Pumpkin Walk

Get in the spirit of halloween this year by making your yard into part of the spooky story. The Capitol Hill neighborhood is continuing the...

A Match Made in Kiddie-Lit Heaven: Hill Author and Artist Collaborate

A spark was struck at last year’s Literary Hill BookFest when author Christopher Datta and illustrator Christine Vineyard got seated next to each other....

The Literary Hill: Off the Grid

Off the Grid When JoAnn Hill and her husband moved to DC nineteen years ago, her interest was initially captured by the “majestic monuments ...

Local Doctors Explain COVID in Children’s Book

The three local doctors were getting lots of questions about coronavirus from family, friends, neighbors, and patients. So they decided to write a book...

Attend Final Poet Reading in Folger Poetry Series Monday

You've got the chance to hear "the most popular poet in America" read in your own home. On Monday, May 10 at 7:30 p.m., the...

Authors in Your Living Room: Literary Hillfest is Online Sunday

It's just like having famous authors in your living room (or office! or kitchen! --bring them to your backyard)! The Literary Hill BookFest, an annual...

Authors, Book Lovers Take Capitol Hill BookFest Online for Second Year

The beloved annual Literary Hill Bookfest that takes place every May at Eastern Market  will go virtual this year on Sunday, May 2. The festival...

The Literary Hill

An Indelible Blot When the next vacancy on the Supreme Court opens up—and fingers crossed it won’t be anytime soon—let’s pray that the confirmation battle...