Peter Slevin Talks About 'Michelle Obama - A Life', His Book on the First Lady

by Brice Ezell

13 May 2015

Former Washington Post reporter Peter Slevin reads from and talks about his new book on Michelle Obama, A Life, at Washington D.C.'s Politics and Prose.
 
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Michelle Obama: A Life

Peter Slevin

(Knopf Doubleday)
US: Apr 2015

There still is a year and a half to go before Michelle Obama bows out of the White House, but that hasn’t stopped writer and reporter Peter Slevin’s from writing a lengthy examination of the life of this fascinating woman. Michelle Obama: A Life traces the many aspects of Obama’s life, including her youth in Chicago, her time at Princeton University and Harvard’s law school, and her unique take on the role of the First Lady. Washington, D.C.‘s Politics and Prose hosts his reading, here.
  


Michelle Obama: A Life is out now via Knopf in hardcover.

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