About Political Bookworm
Political Bookworm is a book blog for political junkies. If you need to know today which books will be shaping popular thought and public policy tomorrow, you’ve come to the right place. Political Bookworm discusses new books long before they hit the shelves. Here, you're able to get ahead of the political conversation about the war between the parties, the war on terror, the abortion wars. Political Bookworm explores books on globalization, race, health care, justice, education, the environment, international relations -- anything that affects policy. You hear directly from authors through guest blogs and thoughtful and humorous Q & A’s. You will also find best seller lists -- both for general books and for political books. You will be directed where to see and hear political authors on television, radio and podcasts. You are invited to join the discussions by posting your comments, or please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Political Bookworm is written and edited by Steven Levingston, nonfiction editor of The Washington Post.
The postings from the blog's predecessor Short Stack are still available.
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