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ReadysetDC's Book Swap
The Dunes Gallery

Wed, 11/30/2011 - 7:30pm - 11:00pm

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ReadysetDC's Book Swap

Where  |The Dunes Gallery
1402 Meridian Place NW
Washington, DC

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ReadysetDC, an online magazine highlighting arts and culture in Washington, D.C. partners with locally owned Read’s Clothing Project and independent bookstore, Politics & Prose, to present The ReadysetDC Book Swap. The Book Swap will be just that, a book swap, but with a twist. Entry is free, with the donation of one book at the door*. All books will be collected and donated, in collaboration with Read’s Clothing Project, to Books for Africa, a non-profit dedicated to ending the book famine in Africa.

The event will feature a book swap, so bibliophiles, bring your best! All categories are welcome; children’s, non-fiction, fiction, poetry, you name it! The evening will also feature music and a cash and credit bar. The evening also will feature local illustrator Elizabeth Graeber, who’s book An Illustrated Guide to Cocktails will be featured at the event.

*With the presentation of one, gently used book at the door, you will gain entry to the event. You can bring additional gently used books to either donate, or to participate in the swap. We ask that you please bring books that you feel will be of good use, something you treasure to give to someone who will treasure it. We retain the right to deny books that we deem inappropriate.

When & Where: Wednesday, November 30th 7:30 – 11:30 p.m. at The Dunes Gallery, 1402 Meridian Place, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20010.

About Read’s Clothing Project: Founded in 2009 by D.C. native Read Wall, Read’s Clothing Project creates classic and vintage inspired clothing and accessories, all manufactured in the Washington, D.C. area. For every purchase, RCP donates one book to Books for Africa, giving the gift of education to those in need. RCP has received big praise from outlets that include GQ, Complex Magazine and Marie Claire.

About Politics & Prose: Politics & Prose is a landmark independent bookstore and has been a gathering place for community and civil discourse for over 25 years. P&P presents over 400 free author events for the public every year, offers over 35,000 expertly curated titles for sale, boasts an outstanding children’s book section, and is home to a dedicated and knowledgeable staff. The bookstore is now home to the area’s only print on demand book machine, where you can print your own copy of over 7 million rare or out of print books, or self-publish your own manuscript.

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