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LitCrawl 2011

Choose from 450+ different authors at the world’s largest free literary crawl Saturday night in the Mission.
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Come out for the LitCrawl, the world’s largest free literary crawl, which will take over the streets of San Francisco’s Mission District in celebration of the final night of Litquake on Saturday, October 15th.

Featuring 450+ readers and 80 readings in three jam-packed hours, get ready to visit bookstores, bars a beekeeping supply store and even a police station.

Download your LitCrawl map and schedule and finish off this literary festival with an evening of stories and socializing in places ranging from cafes to Clarion Alley.

LitCrawl 2011 Schedule
Mission District

  • Phase 1 (6p-7p) – Market to 19th Street
    Anger Management and Revenge, Tales of Inebriated Misadventures, SF: How We Got Here, Why We Stay and more.

  • Phase 2 (7:15p-8:15p) – 17th St. to 22nd St.
    KQED Writers’ Block, Invisible City Audio Tours, Mystery & Mayhem at the Mission Police Station and more.

  • Phase 3 (8:30p-9:30p) – 20th St. to 25th St.
    From Buddha to Batman, Lit Laughs: Satire, Parody, and Humor, The Rumpus and more.

About Litquake
Join San Francisco’s literary leaders and luminaries for this year’s Litquake, an annual literature festival that runs from October 7 till 15.

Made up of 500 authors participating in over 100 events ranging from performances to panels, you can explore surf lit, sci-fi and more through Litquake’s full week’s worth of workshops, readings and shows.

Mission District | Saturday, October 15 | 6-9p | FREE

2011 LitCrawl Map & Schedule (PDF)