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The 15th annual Litquake festival features hundreds of authors and journalists in a myriad of separate events throughout San Francisco from October 10-18, 2014.
Here’s your chance to win a pair of tickets to some of the festival’s best events.
Funcheap 2014 Litquake Contests:
From Austen to Room to Frog Music: Emma Donoghue’s Literary Life
Monday, October 13 at 8pm at Z Space
Bestselling author Emma Donoghue discusses her latest novel Frog Music, a murder mystery set in 19th century San Francisco. (Winners get admission to event, hard-cover book is not included)
Literary Death Match
Tuesday, October 14 at 8pm at Public Works
The live show brings together four authors to read their most electric writing for seven minutes or less before a panel of three all-star judges.
French Novels & Wine with Marc Levy
Wednesday, October 15 at 6pm at Modernism Gallery
Known as the Stephen King of France for his prodigious output and the kinds of stories he writes, this is an in-depth conversation with Marc Levy, France’s most popular contemporary novelist. Hosted wine bar.
The Paul Chowder Chronicles: An Evening with Nicholson Baker
Wednesday, October 15 at 7pm at Z Space
The newest release from bestselling author Nicholson Baker combines his two recent novels featuring Paul Chowder, his quirkiest and most unforgettable protagonist yet. The Anthologist and Traveling Sprinkler, packaged together for the first time
Utopia, Feminism & Wine with Lola Lafon
Thursday, October 17 at 6pm at Modernism Gallery
Litquake welcomes author and musician Lola Lafon whose books have been nominated for several literary awards. She frequently performs musical concert readings of her works while on tour, and tonight will be no exception. Hosted wine bar.
A McSweeney’s Variety Show
Thursday, October 17 at 8pm at Z Space
Including the presentation of Litquake’s 2014 Barbary Coast Award to Dave Eggers and Vendala Vida