Daniel Stashower, David O. Stewart, and Kent Wascom

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The Writer's Center
4508 Walsh St., Bethesda, MD
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(301) 654-8664
Stashower, Stewart, and Wascom, all authors of historical fiction, discuss their work and research process at this reading sponsored by the Washington Independent Review of Books.

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