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D.C. Area Book News: Politics & Prose Icon Retires

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  1. Neat new feature. I’ll have to visit that store someday.
    Anna (Diary of an Eccentric)´s last blog post ..Review: The Passing Bells by Phillip Rock

  2. “Her departure as an advisor means that the latest incarnation of Politics & Prose can spread its new wings and fly solo.” How very kind (and true)! Thanks!

  3. Beth Hoffman says

    I agree with rhapsodyinbooks … you really have a fabulous indie. Lucky you!

  4. I have to say one of the very best things about my short stay in the D.C. area was getting to go to Politics & Prose and take advantage not only of the great selection of books but the great ongoing program of author presenters. You are so lucky to be in the area! What a fabulous indie!!!
    rhapsodyinbooks´s last blog post ..Review of “I Hate Everyone…Starting With Me” by Joan Rivers

    • I’m glad you were able to get to the bookstore while you were here. I love that store and don’t get there as often as I would like.