Litquake Litcrawl in SF this Weekend!!

By: on October 14, 2005 | # | Comments (1) | Events

There is nothing like the Litquake Litcrawl...anywhere! And of course San Francisco delivers it up like only SF can—With heaps of vibrant literati ebullience.

One night
150 authors
in 26 the San Francisco Mission neighborhood

I don't have the exact quote, but someone from the San Francisco Chronicle last year said, "going from venue to venue was like literary trick-or-treating for grown ups." Struth! It is so much fun. There are themed events for everyone—travel, erotica, mysteries, young adult authors, spirituality, Spanish language authors, music writers, etc, etc.The hardest part is keeping to your outlined agenda of events because on your way to one, you'll walk by another that pulls you right in.

So, head on over to the Mission in San Francisco tomorrow night. I'll be reading from The Thong Also Rises at the travel writing venue with Larry Habegger, Richard Sterling, Don George, Amanda Jones, Bill Fink, and more...(Lonely Planet is just out with a humor book, so this reading should be a real hoot!)

Casanova Lounge
527 Valencia between 16th and 17th
5:00 p.m.

And don't forget to check out Litquake in the funny pages. Don Asmussen went all out for that comic strip and will also be on the panel that my friend Oscar Villalon is moderating. See them at Ritual Roasters, 8pm.

But the list is way too long...check the calendar of events, and good luck figuring out which ones you'll see. They're all so good!

See you there!!!

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Debra Fuccio  |  October 16, 2005 02:09 AM

Was great to see you guys and hear those funny stories at Litquake! I dont know what was funnier..the balls story, the mountain story, or the drug smuggling! hmmmmmm
Thanks for putting on a good lit-event!

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