For the night, Arlington Central Library belonged to Chimamanda Ngozi
National Book Award Winner Jesmyn Ward stressed the importance of
The Thursday afternoon Movie Matinee at the Columbia Pike Branch
National Book Award Winner Will Visit Central Library April 8
Two Remarkable Young Writers on Being Black in America This
#BlackLivesMatter: Jesmyn Ward and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on Being Black in America.
Dazed and Confused: Writers on Boomer Angst: Ann Beattie and Richard Ford.
Out of Bounds: The Immigrant Experience, with Dinaw Mengestu and Junot Díaz
Time Waits for No One… Writers on Life, Love and Loss: Joan Didion and Jennifer Egan
The Soldier’s Story: Tim O’Brien and David Finkel
Arlington Reads is Arlington Public Library's annual one-theme, one-community initiative promoting thoughtful discussion and the joy of reading throughout the County.
Admission to programs is free but seating is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.
Arlington Reads is made possible through the generous support of the Friends of the Arlington Public Library.