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Liquake is a nine-day SF literary festival from October 6-14, 2017 with hundreds of poetry readings, author events, workshops, walking tours, storytelling nights and more, all capped by LitCrawl on October 14th- on one-night explosion of literature events all over the Mission.
In this epic Funcheap contest, choose from these awesome Litquake events – enter below to win a pair of tickets.
Funcheap / Litquake Contests – Oct 7-12
Raw and Savvy: Chris Kraus and the Life of Kathy Acker
Saturday, October 7 | 8pm | $15 | Swedish American Hall
– Chris Kraus is the writer of I Love Dick, currently an Amazon series produced by Jill Soloway.
How a Mountain Was Made: Greg Harris and Steve Wasserman
Sunday, October 8 | 6pm | $10 | SF Center for the Book
– Calvino’s Italian Folktales, Greg Sarris (Grand Avenue) turns his attention to his ancestral homeland, Northern California’s Sonoma Mountain.
Liner Notes: Loudon Wainwright with Chuck Prophet
Tuesday, October 10 | 8pm | $20 | Swedish American Hall
– Wainwright details the fractured relationships in the Wainwright family throughout generations: the alcoholism, the infidelities, the competitiveness—as well as the closeness, the successes, and the joy.
M is for Marriage (and Mayhem)
Wednesday, October 11 | 7pm | $10 | The American Bookbinders Museum
– Michele Richmond’s new book has gotten a lot of exposure internationally. In conversation with thriller and crime author David Corbett.
Maximum Punch, Minimum Words: The Short Fiction of Barry Giffords
Wednesday, October 11 | 6:30pm | $15 | Mechanics’ Institute
– He wrote Wild at Heart, sort of tough guy writer out of LA.
A Night with Best American Essays
Thursday, October 12 | 7pm | $10 | The American Bookbinders Museum
– One of the contributors this year is local writer Alia Volz, her hubby co-owns Green Apple Books.