Lit Crawl L.A. has come and gone, but the night’s memories won’t be going anywhere anytime soon!
Deep, provocative and humorous readings and performances were rife throughout the NoHo Arts District while delicious food and the distinct glow of neon signs bolstered the night’s cordial vibes.
A heartfelt thanks to our amazing event volunteers who made
the night happen- we could not have done it without you!
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A Walkable Smorgasbord of Over 40 Literary Happenings
36+ NoHo Arts District Locations in One Night!
Check out photos from last year’s Crawl on our Facebook page,HERE!
The international Lit Crawl phenomenon returns to L.A. with the 4th Annual Lit Crawl L.A. on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 in the North Hollywood Arts District! Over 36 restaurants, bars, galleries, theaters and other hip NoHo Arts District venues will host an evening of innovative presentations with the best of L.A.’s literary scene sampling from throughout Los Angeles County and the SoCal region!
Over 40 presenters including readings series, lit journals, performance groups, local presses and more are hosting events at 36+ 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 and performances!
3,500 guests are expected at this year’s Crawl, which will feature hundreds of writers, the Los County Library’s Bookmobile, and the Los Angeles Public Library’s Library Store on Wheels. Guests are strongly encouraged to Go Metro to Lit Crawl L.A!
The Lit Crawl originated in 2004 as part of Litquake, San Francisco’s Literary Festival, which is tremendously popular and to this day attracts thousands of guests, annually. San Francisco’s Litquake literary festival runs every October with affiliated Lit Crawls in San Francisco, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Austin, Iowa City, Seattle, London, Helsinki, Portland, Chicago, Denver and Cheltenham.
Read all about Lit Crawl L.A. in the press HERE!
Lit Crawl L.A. is presented by the Los Angeles Literary Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit corporation and is also a project of the Litquake Foundation