Matthew Félix on Air

07 Writers & Books: Litquake 2018

On the latest episode of the video podcast "Matthew Félix on Air": Litquake co-founder "Jack Boulware" filled us in on what’s in store for this year’s San Francisco festival, October 11 - 20!  Litquake is an annual literary festival started in 1999 in San Francisco that has since spread to cities throughout the country and abroad. The festival consists of readings, discussions, and themed events, and it’s heralded as the largest literary event west of the Mississippi. To date 7,100 authors and 145,854 attendees have participated in the festival.  Next Sunday: Cannabis activists David Goldman and Kenneth Michael Koehn!

Litquake co-founder Jack Boulware filled us in on what’s in store for this year’s San Francisco festival, October 11 - 20!

Litquake is an annual literary festival started in 1999 in San Francisco that has since spread to cities throughout the country and abroad. The festival consists of readings, discussions, and themed events, and it’s heralded as the largest literary event west of the Mississippi. To date 7,100 authors and 145,854 attendees have participated in the festival.

Next Sunday: Cannabis activists David Goldman and Kenneth Michael Koehn!

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