School Library Journal: Pictures of the Week: Scenes from the Teenquake and Not Your Mother's Book Club Literary Salon
The Culture Trip: Aftershocks From 2015’s Litquake In San Francisco
KQED's The Spine: 'The Entropy of Bones,' and Boots Riley, Nayomi Munaweera at Litquake
Smart Business Online: Bay Area event showcases all that is great about the written word
KQED's The Do-List: Litquake: What if Romeo and Juliet Took Place in the 1970s?
Literary Hub: How to Make Readings Not Boring
SF Gate: Squaw Valley writers event highlights annual Litquake festival
7x7: Litquake 2015 Rumbles Through Bay Area
SF Weekly: Eat, Drink, and Be Literary: Experience Litquake at Its Most Erudite and Exquisite
KQED's The Spine: ‘Dryland,’ How Lori Ostlund Does Litquake, Our Litquake Picks
7x7: Fall Arts Preview: 29 Can't-Miss Shows, Performances + Exhibits in the Bay Area
KQED Cy and David's Picks: Litquake picked as one of the two not-to-miss Fall events of 2015! (audio only)
KQED The Do-List: Litquake’s Final Salon at Viracocha: ‘All this Life’ with Joshua Mohr
SF Examiner: David Vann takes less tragic turn in Aquarium
Buzzfeed: Definitive Proof That Even Your Favorite Writers Once Sucked
SF Bay Guardian: Best of the Bay
SF Weekly: Daniel Handler Talks Snacks, Litquake, and The Best American Nonrequired Reading
Artiholics: Lively Litquake 2014
7x7: 7x7 at Lit Crawl
Pure Wow San Francisco: Nine Can't-Miss Offerings for Fall
Contra Costa Times: Lake Merritt to Host 'Lit on the Lake'
7x7: Q&A with Litquake Headliner Paolo Giordano
SF Examiner: Bookish Nicholson graces Litquake
KQED Arts: Does Literature Make You Empathic?
Bay Area Reporter: Litquake Line-up
Bay Area Reporter: Stuffing and Mounting
French American Culture Society: French Authors at Litquake!
San Jose Mercury News: Lit Bits: Bay Area's 15th annual Litquake kicks off with self-hosted quinceneara
The Daily Cal: Back to the future with Litquake's 'Less Than Zero'
SF Weekly: Best Year-Round Festival San Francisco 2014 - Litquake
BBC World Service: The radical readers of San Francisco or (coming soon!) download the related podcast (14 MB)
The New York Times: A Heady Cocktail of Books and Booze
LA Times: Listening to Gregory Rabassa, the translator's translator
KQED: 'Orange is the New Black': Piper Kerman's Life Behind Bars
KQED Arts: Choose Your Own Adventure at Lit Crawl 2013
Bay Area News Group: Litquake events will leave avid Bay Area readers shaken and stirred
KQED: Nine Picks from Litquake 2013
Books Inc: Litquake 2013 with Amanda McTigue, Jillian Cantor, Lauren Goldstein & Laurie R. King
Yelp: Litquake 2013
UCSF: Science and Literature Collide at Litquake 2013
Zapaday: Litquake 2013
Foodgal.com: Conversation with Joyce Goldstein
Among the Wonderful: Join Stacy Carlson for Litquake 2013
GirlsThatRoam: Women Shake Rattle and Roll at Litquake 2013
Cartoonart.org: Litquake at the Cartoon Museum
The Culture Trip: California’s Cultural Offering: The Top Ten Upcoming Events in the Golden State
The Bold Italic: Jerry Stahl Shot Heroin with a Tenderloin God
KALW: Regreturature: The Sorry Literature Past of San Francisco's Best Writers
San Francisco Chronicle: Regreturature: Embarrassing 1st Words
The Bold Italic: The Famous Writer Who Lied to Me
Litseen: DRINKING WITH MEN: rosie schaap + robin ekiss at litquake's epicenter
San Jose Mercury News: "Litquake is back—and the Bay Area's own rambunctious, highly respected literary extravaganza is bigger and more inviting than ever."
The Huffington Post: "Oh, writers. Oh reader, journalists, poets and book nerds—your festival is here."
SF Bay Guardian: Shake, Rattle and Read
San Francisco Chronicle: 13th Litquake Scales World of Words
Sacramento Bee: "Think of it as a 'literary spectacle.'"
San Francisco Magazine: Litquake: The Poll
The Finch Files: Litquake's Regreturature
Publisher's Weekly: Adam Johnson Talks North Korea on the Litquake Stage
Shelf Awareness: Regreturature: San Francisco Authors Dare to Share
Street City: Steve Erickson at the Tosca Cafe
Publisher's Weekly: A Whole Lot of Reading Going On
NBC Los Angeles: Worth the Drive—The World's Largest Free Literary Crawl
The New York Times (reprinted from The Bay Citizen): Calling All Bookworms: Your Guide to the Best of Litquake
Los Angeles Times: San Francisco literary festival Litquake just keeps growing
sfexaminer.com: Daniel Handler recalls the quirky literary madness of Litquake
Publisher's Weekly: Dennis Lehane Talks Noir, Politics and How Clint Eastwood Sounds on the Phone
SF Weekly:Regreturature: Hear Authors Read What They Should've Destroyed
sfexaminer.com: Author Dennis Lehane goes to dark side with 'Moonlight Mile'
San Francisco Bay Guardian: Litquake welcomes Chelsea Handler to the reading list
SF Gate: Litquake Announces Ismael Reed as Recipient of 2011 Barbary Coast Award (see second paragraph)
BeyondChron: School Beat: Bringing Books to Students in SF
Metro.co.uk: Winona Ryder talks Litquake!
SF Weekly: Reading is optional, but Litquake is mandatory
Huffington Post: Reading as a Spectator Sport
SF Examiner: Bookworms Unite at The City's Litquake
SF Chronicle: Ferlinghetti Honored at Litquake event
The New York Times: A Book Lover's San Francisco
BARtab: Get Lit
The New York Times: In Praise of Amy Tan and San Francisco's Literary Life
The New York Times: Bookworms Come Out to Play
The New York Times: In San Francisco, Literature as Carnival
examiner.com: Overview of Lit Crawl, with video clips
SF Chronicle: Interview with author Holly Payne prior to her July 2009 Litquake benefit
SF Chronicle: Interview with comedian Lewis Black on eve of his June 2009 Litquake appearance
SF Chronicle: Interview with author Ethan Canin prior to his May 2009 Litquake appearance
SF Weekly: Read This If You Want to Live
SF Chronicle: Interview with actress/poet Amber Tamblyn before her Litquake opening night appearance
SF Chronicle: Review of Litquake's collaboration with ODC Theater, "Off Book: Stories That Move"