Litquake

Hundreds of authors on tap for 19th SF Litquake

There is astounding quality and quantity (including free or $5 and $10…

 

Litquake author reveals SF legacy of martial arts master Bruce Lee

Bruce Lee was known for Hong Kong moves and Hollywood glamour, but…

 

Oakland’s very own literary festival is a labor of love for The Town

What makes Oakland special? If you ask Timothy Don, it’s a “kind…

 

‘Guide to Bars’ contains mind-bending tales

“A Guide to Bars and Nightlife in the Sacred City” is hardly…

Oct. 8-9: Cody Simpson, Aer, The Who in Hyde, Castro Romero Flamenco, Litquake

THURSDAY, OCT. 8 Cody Simpson: The musician, who has shed a dance-pop…

Bookish Nicholson Baker graces Litquake

For best-selling author Nicholson Baker, the creative fuel for his latest book,…

Litquake pays tribute to Brat Pack authors

You are not the kind of reader who would be at a…

LGBT talent highlighted on packed Litquake slate

It’s unjust to pit Joyce Maynard and Chelsea Handler’s editor against Piper…

Literary Death Match ready for action at Litquake

Literary Death Match has a racy history in San Francisco. When the…

Litquaking Robert Hass

Bay Area poet Robert Hass admits his infatuation with The City started…

‘Go the F— to Sleep’ a sleeper hit for less-than-rested dad

Adam Mansbach wrote the novels “Angry Black White Boy” and “The End…

Big-time authors in the spotlight at Litquake

Chelsea HandlerThe comedian and bestselling author speaks in conversation with Litquake co-founder…

Daniel Handler recalls the quirky literary madness of Litquake

Litquake is to the literary world what South by Southwest is to…

Gotham, Deepak Chopra find spirit in superheroes

Gotham Chopra is the co-author of “The Seven Spiritual Laws of Superheroes:…

Party down with words at Lit Crawl

Lit Crawl — Litquake’s closing-night session of 80 events in the Mission…

Author Dennis Lehane goes to dark side with 'Moonlight Mile'

Dennis Lehane is no stranger to success. His books “Shutter Island,” “Mystic…

Litquake presents a ’20s-style literary roundup

James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway and Anais Nin are about to hop into…