So 60 writers walk into a bar.
Kidding – 60 writers will walk into 19 different bars across town on Thursday, Oct. 24 for this year’s Lit Crawl.
It’s an evening of completely free readings starring authors who invite you to “get drunk …. on words.”
I’ll be one of them, reading new work alongside a troupe of talented food scribes for the Farm to Fable portion of the evening, which starts at 8 p.m. at Capitol Cider. I’ll be joined by the likes of Langdon Cook (The Mushroom Hunters), Joe Ray (New York Times) and Kurt Timmermeister (Growing a Farmer). I’ll be reading about my first experience eating TV dinners as a kid.
The evening culminates with an after party at one of my favorite writer hangouts, the Richard Hugo House.
Readings run from 6 to 9 p.m., and you can see the entire literary line-up here.