LOS ANGELES, CALit Crawl L.A.: NoHo hits the streets of the NoHo Arts District, Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2013 from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Lit Crawl L.A.: No Ho is an evening of thrilling readings with the best of L.A.s writers in a sampling of some of the greatest ongoing readings series and multiple literary genres spanning fiction to poetry from throughout Los Angeles County. Multiple literary genres will be represented spanning fiction to poetry, including presentations by Los Angeles Review of Books, Black Clock magazine, Beyond Baroque, The World Stage, Red Hen Press, GetLit Ignite, The New Short Fiction Series, Tongue and Groove, and more. Participating venues include The Federal Bar, Bow and Truss, Skinnys Lounge, Pitfire Pizza, Republic of Pie, Bobs Espresso Bar and other hip NoHo venues, with a closing fundraiser party at The Hesby. Audiences will wine and dine their way through the NoHo Arts District walking route, with two rounds of readings held in each participating venue between 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The evenings final celebration fundraiser will take place at The Hesby, NoHo Arts Districts newest lifestyle residential complex, from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Lit Crawl LA: NoHo, a project of the EMERGE fiscal sponsorship program of The Pasadena Arts Council and the Litquake Foundation, is presented in cooperation with the NoHo Business Improvement District. Lit Crawl is a literary pub crawl founded by Litquake, San Franciscos Literary Festival. Often referred to as literary mayhem at its very finest, the concept has been successfully franchised to Manhattan, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Seattle, Austin and Iowa City, with London, England also coming on in 2013. Each location organizes its own version of the Crawl, one that reflects the unique literary makeup and talents of their city. n