If you’re in L.A., don’t miss Lit Crawl tonight in North Hollywood! Three rounds of raucous literary goodness all over the neighborhood. You’ll find many events starring Women Who Submit!
From 7 to 7:45 you have many choices to see Women Who Submit in action, including:
The Rumpus: Heartache and Whores: How We Write Sexuality, featuring WWS organizer Ashley Perez
Roots and Wings Project: Matriarch, featuring WWS organizer Ramona Pilar
The Dimes: Death and Other Funny Stories, featuring WWS member Marnie Goodfriend
Melrose Poetry Bureau featuring WWS member Linda Ravenswood
From 8 to 8:45, the word party continues, with:
The Santa Monica Review, featuring Women Who Submit member Sandy Yang
Red Hen Press: Fowl Language featuring WWS member Siel Ju
And friends, I don’t even know how you’re going to decide what to do during Round 3 because these are your glorious options:
Out of the Mouth and Into the Fire: Jack Jones Literary Arts Presents Black Women Poets Reading From The Body, featuring WWS organizer and co-founder, Dr. Ashaki Jackson
ACCEPTED! – Women Who Submit’s official Lit Crawl event, featuring WWS writers presenting their work submitted at submission parties and finally accepted. Hosted by WWS organizer Lauren Eggert-Crowe, featuring Muriel Leung, Noriko Nakada, Lisbeth Colman, and Jamie Asaye Fitzgerald
If you miss Lit Crawl, no worries because you have the chance for many more events around L.A. this month:
Poetry Pachanga: A Book Release Party
Saturday, October 28th
Come celebrate the book release of Palm Frond With Its Throat Cut by WWS member Vickie Vertiz, as well as the book releases for WWS friends and heroes Vanessa Villareal, Javier Zamora and Joseph Rios.
Dirty Laundry Lit: Safe Word
Saturday, November 4
Join WWS members Lauren Eggert-Crowe and Siel Ju, and WWS friend Natashia Deon for an evening of literary rule breaking and scintillating stories at The Virgil.
Roar Shack: In All We See
Sunday, November 12
Join WWS organizer Rachael Warecki and WWS members Kate Maruyama and Lisbeth Colman for this monthly reading at 826LA in Echo Park.