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Get LitUp for Litcrawl Saturday October 15th

If you haven’t had a chance to checkout one of Litquake’s amazing events you are running out of time.  In fact this weekend happens to be your last chance.  As a completely unbiased and objective observer I’m going to have to recommend the readings taking place this Saturday at Revolution Cafe in the Mission from 8:30 – 9:30.  LitUp, a San Francisco storytelling series is taking over the stage as part of phase 3 of Saturday’s Litcrawl and they are trotting out a fine display of talented writers and storytellers.  The lineup is as follows:

Jessie Alsop
Graham Gremore
Hugh Hunter
Jennifer Lou
Christin Rice
Mike Shur

Wait a minute doesn’t one of those names look super duper familiar?.. weird.  Anyways I can say with 100% certainty it will be a great night of storytelling and you are guaranteed at least one good belly laugh. Worse comes to worse you’ll get to hear me tell an embarassing story in front of a bunch of complete strangers.

 

Litup Writers at Litcrawl
Saturday October 15th 9:30 – 9:30
FREE
Revolution Cafe
3248 22nd St.
[Mission]

Photo Credit: Litup Writers

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