Lit Crawl L.A.: NoHo 2014 is Wednesday, October 22!

Lit Crawl L.A.: NoHo hits the NoHo Arts District on Wednesday, October 22, 2014. We can’t wait, can you?


Photo by Rosalind Helfand

Reading at Republic of Pie, Lit Crawl LA: NoHo 2013. (Photo by Rosalind Helfand)

WHERE LITERATURE HITS THE STREETS!
The international Lit Crawl phenomenon returns to L.A. this fall with the 2nd Annual Lit Crawl L.A.: NoHo on Wednesday, October 22, 2014 from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. in the North Hollywood Arts District! Restaurants, bars, galleries, theaters and other hip NoHo venues are hosting an evening of innovative presentations with the best of L.A.’s literary scene sampling from throughout Los Angeles County. The 2nd annual Lit Crawl L.A.: NoHo is greater L.A.’s grassroots literary event and promises to be another magical, vibrant night for all!

THE FULL LIT CRAWL SCHEDULE IS AVAILABLE HERE!

Lit Crawl LA--NoHo Flyer

Over 30 presenters from readings series to local presses are hosting events at 30 locations across the NoHo Arts District! Held in three 45-minute rounds, this progressive literary night is a chance to dine, explore, and stroll while enjoying readings, performances and even a literary carnival! More than 170 writers are appearing at events and the Los County Library’s Bookmobile and the Los Angeles Public Library’s Library Store on Wheels are joining us out on the streets for the literary fun! Guests are encouraged to Go Metro to the Crawl. We’re totally Red Line, Orange Line, and bus accessible!

THE FULL LIT CRAWL SCHEDULE IS AVAILABLE HERE!

The lit crawl concept was birthed as the closing night of San Francisco’s annual Litquake festival in 2006, which is tremendously popular and to this day attracts thousands of guests, annually. San Francisco’s Litquake literary festival runs October 11-19, 2014 with other annual Lit Crawls in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Seattle, Iowa City, Austin, London, and Miami. In 2013, Lit Crawl L.A.: NoHo was founded as a project of the Litquake Foundation and of the Pasadena Arts Council’s Emerge Program.

Photo by Rosalind Helfand.

Photo by Rosalind Helfand.

Check out last year’s crawlers in action.

Click here to read about us in The New York Times!

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