Lit Crawl Seattle: October 22, 2015

Posted on October 15, 2015, 10:14 am
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Lit Crawl Seattle, the big shabang of poetry readings, is quickly approaching, so don’t forget to mark your calendars for Thursday, October 22. This entirely volunteer-powered event will showcase more than 65 features in over 30 venues across both Capitol Hill and First Hill—making it the perfect opportunity to take in some of Seattle’s local talent. This year’s Lit Crawl Seattle will host readings by VIDA and Tin House, as well as critically acclaimed memoirists Sarah Hepola and Melissa Febos.

Stop by Town Hall, Hugo House, Vermillion, Capitol Cider, The Frye, Capitol Hill Library or Elliott Bay Book Company (just to name a few) to catch one of the amazing readings available as part of Lit Crawl Seattle.

Visit Lit Crawl Seattle to see a full schedule of events.

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About Litquake

Lit Crawl Seattle is one of 7 literary pub crawls founded by Litquake, San Francisco’s annual literary festival. Litquake itself was founded by Bay Area writers in order to put on a week-long literary spectacle for book lovers, complete with cutting-edge panels, unique cross-media events, and hundreds of readings. Since its founding in 1999, the festival has presented more than 4,600 author appearances for an audience of over 100,000 in its lively and inclusive celebration of San Francisco’s thriving contemporary literary scene. Litquake seeks to foster interest in literature, perpetuate a sense of literary community, and provide a vibrant forum for Bay Area writing as a complement to the city’s music, film, and cultural festivals.

Lit Crawl Seattle 2015 Volunteers

Volunteers are the lifeblood of Lit Crawl, we can’t pull off this big-ass night without the help of so many individuals. Interested in volunteering for Lit Crawl? Contact Lars Garvey Laing-Peterson

Claire Reiner is a writer, artist and recent graduate from the University of Washington’s School of Art with a major in Art History. She is interested in recent art movements and subcultures (1950s, 60s, 70s) and how they have shaped present perceptions and practices of art. She grew up in Southern California and moved to Seattle in 2010. She is quite influenced by the unique geography of both places and enjoys hiking and exploring the Pacific Northwest. Reiner covers visual art exhibits in Seattle and seeks to contribute to a profound and positive artistic community, as well as encourage people to come out and experience art moments for themselves. Reiner is also the Executive Assistant for VanguardSeattle and handles any press related needs.