Lit Crawl Seattle at Hugo House
Lit Crawl hits the streets again this October 23, and we’ll hold a reading every hour on the hour. When the last event ends, the after-party begins. It’s a $5 cover; either snag one early via the tickets button above or purchase your pass at the door.
A $5 ticket gets you one pint from Georgetown Brewing Company, music by The Drop Shadows, and Poem Shop by Matthew Rowe. Cash bar. Food sold by Jemil’s Big Easy (6-11 p.m.), and select books for sale by Elliott Bay Book Company. Check out the rest of the city’s lineup here.
Domingo Martinez (My Heart Is a Drunken Compass) and his brother Derek tattle. Kim Fu (For Today I Am a Boy) and Aaron Counts (Reclaiming Black Manhood) explore brothers in society. Jane Hodges hosts.
7 @ 7
Seattle7Writers share seven minutes apiece from new work. Featuring Tara Conklin (The House Girl), Jamie Ford (Songs of Willow Frost), Frances McCue (The Bled), Donna Miscolta (When the de la Cruz Family Danced), Kevin O’Brien (Tell Me You’re Sorry), Rebecca Wells (The Crowning Glory of Calla Lily Ponder), and host Jennie Shortridge (Love Water Memory).
Cheap Beer & Prose
Seattle’s sudsiest reading series goes bottoms-up, featuring novelist Jonathan Evison (The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving), memoirist Elissa Washuta (My Body Is a Book of Rules), and $1 PBRs. Jeanine Walker hosts.