7x7 is once again a proud sponsor of Litquake (starting today and ongoing through next week), and we are especially jazzed about our own program during the big closing-night event, Lit Crawl! Please join us at Elbo Room on Saturday, Oct. 19th for "Tales of the San Francisco Cacophony Society," which promises to be a revelatory collection of stories from one of the city's leading proponents of keeping San Francisco weird.
7x7 is proud to sponsor this year's highly-anticipated Litquake (Oct. 5–13) and especially excited about our very own Lit Crawl program—Post-Century Moderns—at the Mission's snazziest white-tablecloth bar, The Lone Palm.
"Memoir-driven readings from writers with a story to tell. Gays, hippies, cooks, parents, teachers, and sex club safety monitors find common ground and get personal, sharing first-person tales. Featuring Carolyn Cooke, K.M. Soehnlein, Mike Adamick, Robin Rinaldi, John Vlahides, and Hiya Swanhuyser."
This week, thousands of bookworms will be crawling out of their holes and preparing for Litquake, SF's annual celebration of all things literary. Founded as a one-day festival in 1999, Litquake has expanded to eight days of readings, parties, and events, capped by the Mission's infamous Lit Crawl on Saturday, October 15th. As always, the full lineup yields plenty of treasures, but we've narrowed the schedule down to six particularly memorable events.
Friday, October 14, 7 pm, at Books Inc. Opera Plaza (601 Van Ness Ave.)