Aug 23 Litquake's Master Class Mixers: T.J. Stiles on Writing Nonfiction Like a Novel—SOLD OUT!!
Sep 6 Litquake's Master Class Mixers: Joyce Maynard on Writing the Character-Driven Novel—SOLD OUT!!
Sep 11 Vive La France with Ellen Sussman & Cara Black
New Lit Cast: Brad Stone & Bridget Kinsella at digi.lit Sneak Preview
Brad Stone is the author of The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon, winner of the 2013 Financial Times and Goldman Sachs Business Book of the Year Award, and chosen as a Best Book of 2013 by The Washington Post, Forbes, The New Republic, and Gizmodo, and as one of the Top 10 Investigative Journalism Books of 2013 by Nieman Reports. Bridget Kinsella has covered book publishing for over 20 years as a Publishers Weekly editor and a contributor to Shelf Awareness. She is the author of the nonfiction book Visiting Life: Women Doing Time on the Outside. Recorded live in San Francisco on June 18, 2014.
Litquake Is Best Year-Round Festival San Francisco
SF Weekly recently declared Litquake the Best Year-Round Festival in San Francisco:
“What started as a reasonable idea 15 years ago (let’s get a bunch of our friends and all read our writing together in the park!) has become one of the nation’s largest literary festivals and a paradigm for literary bar-hopping, as Litquake’s signature Lit Crawl has now spread to Iowa City, Miami, Brooklyn, Manhattan, London, Los Angeles, Seattle, and Austin. In 2011, Litquake expanded beyond its annual mammoth festival in S.F. (which features more than 800 authors in nine days and draws more than 15,000) to year-round programming: holding monthly readings and conversations, publishing its first book, and starting a podcast, an annual writers’ retreat, and an annual digital lit conference.”
Litquake 2014 Author & Curator Submissions Now Closed
Thanks to everyone who submitted to Litquake 2014, to be held October 10-18. Submissions closed on May 1. We’ll get back to you as soon as we read through all the wonderful possibilities.