Join us for a PHASE ONE (6p) at PUBLIC WORKS, and we promise a view filled with the tops of Fourteen Hills. Top off your canteens, prime yourself for the literary spark that will light our way tonight and start up your crawl with five breathtaking literary ascents:
Jane McDermott lives and writes in Oakland. Her first book is being published by Fourteen Hills Press in Fall 2014. She’s an MFA candidate at SFSU.
Renato Escudero won a Florida Review Editors’ Fiction Prize and a John Steinbeck Short Story Award. His work appears in Fiction International, Fourteen Hills, SNReview and elsewhere.
Brian Thorstenson is a San Francisco based poet and playwright. His poetry has been published in New American Writing, Fourteen Hills and The Santa Clara Review. He received a MFA in Creative Writing from SFSU and teaches at Santa Clara University.
Junse… Kim is the recipient of a Pushcart Prize and the Philip Roth Residence at Bucknell University. He currently teaches fiction at SFSU’s MFA program.
Toni Mirosevich’s cross genre writings include an award-winning book of nonfiction stories, Pink Harvest, and five books of poetry and prose, most recently, The Takeaway Bin.
There will be a cash (+ WillCall app) bar!
This is a FREE event—JOIN US!!
One of the most anticipated literary nights of the year, San Francisco’s Lit Crawl attracts close to 10,000 people, and is the world’s largest such event. In 2008 Lit Crawl NYC launched in Manhattan, also an immediate hit. Austin was next, swarming for the first time in 2011. In 2012, we birthed two more Lit Crawls, one in Brooklyn, another in Seattle. In 2013, we expanded to Los Angeles, Iowa City, and London, and this year, Lit Crawls have launched in Miami and Helsinki.
Get drunk on words!
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Ooooh Firefly, you know what I look for in a bicycle..
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