Friday, October 5, 2007


Bookworms prepare to wave your bookmarkers like a lighter. Litquake, San Francisco's annual literary festival, returns to the city to celebrate its eighth year starting from October 6-13!

For eight days, the Bay Area's most seasoned and up-coming writers will be scattered about in 58 different venues ranging from plush theaters, fancy bars, dive bars, galleries, laundromats, and bookstores to share their works ranging in style and genres -- everything from fiction, poetry, journalism, and essays.

Rock out to the Dewey Decimal System with the 350 writers scheduled to appear in over 50 different events including Amy Tan, Andrew Sean Greer, Judd Winick (yes, that dude from The Real World!), etc.

Some events are free like the Off the Richter Scale readings, but you can forget about going to anything on Monday the 13th because all events that day are SOLD OUT!

For more information including a schedule and writers to appear check 'em out here.

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