In case you have not heard, San Francisco’s legendary annual Litquake festival has been running since October 9 and ends this Saturday. Litquake is meant to foster interest in literature for people of all ages, perpetuate a sense of literary community, and provide a vibrant forum for writing from the Bay Area and beyond as a complement to the city’s music, film, and cultural festivals. It is advertised as featuring hundreds of authors, poets and journalists in a myriad of separate events throughout the Bay Area. It attracts young and old and people from all over the world. The event culminates with a LitCrawl that will span over three hours in the Mission District’s Valencia Street corridor, featuring an astonishing 101 literary readings and events. The LitCrawl is expected to attract more than 10,000 people. You can find the full event calendar here.
If you are a regular visitor to our site, you have probably picked up on the fact that the gals at RevolvingDecor LOVE to read. While it is not really our focus of this blog, we occasionally review a book that we really enjoyed and/or made us feel nostalgic. As book-lovers we think this event should not be missed.
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