Susie Bright (editor, Santa Cruz Noir) in conversation with novelists Christopher Moore. Location: Swedish American Hall, 2174 Market Street, San Francisco, CA.
There are no upcoming events for LitQuake.
Michael Imperioli will discuss The Perfume Burned His Eyes with novelist Tom Barbash as a part of the LitQuake festival. Event will take place at the Swedish American Hall, 2174 Market Street, San Francisco. Full details TBA.
Adam Smyer (Knucklehead) joins a first-time author panel at LitQuake. Full detail TBA. Location: The Writers’ Studio, California College of the Arts, SoMa campus, 1111 8th Street.
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