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Litquake's Lit Crawl tonight in San Francisco

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I didn't notice that this week has been San Francisco's Litquake literary festival. Most of it is over by now, but tonight features the "Lit Crawl" reading extravaganza:

More than 200 authors appear in a three-hour literary crawl through the heart of the Mission District. Three phases, each starting at the top of the hour, will carry you through our version of the traditional pub crawl, from bars and cafes to galleries, laundromats, and even a few bookstores. All Lit Crawl events are free; see specific venues for age restrictions.

That's a lot of authors, so I'll just list the ones I personally know: Charlie Anders, Lori Selke, Tim Pratt, and Mary Anne Mohanraj.

I don't have the time or the energy to go up to SF for this tonight, but I figured there was an off chance that some local folks might see this and be interested.

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