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The first annual Lit Crawl Denver is Friday, September 2! Join more than 30 Denver-area writers for a wild night of literary debauchery during Tennyson Street’s First Fridays Art Walk. The fun continues during the after-party hosted by the 2nd Annual Fu*%ing Fabulous Fiction Fest presented by BookBar, 9-11 p.m., at the Oriental Theater. Entertainment includes High Fiction Band. More Details Soon! 

At each reading Bienvenidos Food Bank will collect non-perishable items. There will also be cash cans; for every $1 donated Bienvenidos is able to provide $9 worth food for a family in need. Bienvenidos has been helping neighbors in need for 40 years!
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Friday, September 2 • 6:00pm - 6:45pm
Colorado Humanities

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Colorado Humanities inspires the people of Colorado to explore ideas and to appreciate our diverse cultural heritage. Passing on the knowledge of the past, the inspiration of the present, and the hope for the future, we envision a Colorado that celebrates its heritage and its diversity; that reads, embraces cultural activities, participates in critical discussions, and listens, teaches, and learns; where communities, families, individuals, and especially our youth, apply the humanities in their everyday lives.  Colorado Humanities strives to bring the humanities to life in Colorado. Learn more at www.coloradohumanities.org.

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Josephine Jones

Josephine Jones serves the Colorado writing community as Director of Programs and Center for the Book at Colorado Humanities. The Colorado Authors League awarded an “Author Advocate” award jointly to Jones and Colorado Humanities Executive Director Margaret Coval last year... Read More →

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Lisa Birman

Lisa Birman is a novelist and poet. She is the author of the poetry collection For That Return Passage: A Valentine for the United States of America; co-editor of Civil Disobediences: Poetics and Politics in Action; and editor of Dearest Annie, You Wanted A Report on Berkson’s... Read More →
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Edward Hamlin

Edward Hamlin’s work has appeared in numerous literary journals and on stage. He was the winner of the 2013 Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction. A New York native, Hamlin spent his formative years in Chicago, and now makes his home in Boulder.
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Sarah Elizabeth Schantz

Sarah Elizabeth Schantz grew up in a Boulder bookstore named The Rue Morgue, one of the first mystery bookstores in the U.S. She holds an MFA in Writing & Poetics from Naropa University and lives with her family in an old farmhouse on the outskirts of Boulder. Fig is her first... Read More →
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Jonathan Waldman

A former Ted Scripps Fellow in environmental journalism at the University of Colorado, Jonathan Waldman grew up in Washington, DC, studied environmental science and writing at Dartmouth, and earned a master’s degree from Boston University’s Knight Center for science journalism... Read More →

Friday September 2, 2016 6:00pm - 6:45pm MDT
Mermaid Fine Books 4220 Tennyson St, Denver CO