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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 • 8:00pm - 8:45pm
Lighthouse Writers Workshop

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Lighthouse Writers Workshop is the largest nonprofit literary center in Colorado and the Mountain West. Since 1997, we’ve offered high-quality writing instruction in poetry, fiction, nonfiction, screenwriting, playwriting, and many other genres. Lighthouse members have published books with the likes of Little Brown, Harper Collins, Red Hen Press, and Pegasus Books. Their books have been on the New York Times bestseller list, been made into award-winning movies, been short-listed for the PEN/Hemingway Award, and received several Colorado Book Awards. Our workshops aim to support—and to challenge—writers. At Lighthouse you’ll find a safe, creative learning environment, whether at the introductory, intermediate, advanced, or masters level. Learn more at www.lighthousewriters.org.

Moderators
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Dan Manzanares

As Lighthouse’s creative curator, Dan Manzanares loves collaborating with Denver and Colorado-based individuals and organizations. He’s led writing workshops at the Leon Gallery, Arts Brookfield, American Museum of Western Art, Cherry Creek Arts Festival, History Colorado, and many more. In 2013, Dan received a Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts writers’ residency in Saratoga, WY.

Authors
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Sheree Brown

Sheree Lovemestiza Brown is an artist, a writer, a poet and creative. Sheree has been invited to read poetry and speak on panels at numerous universities and has taught and provided workshops for youth with Lighthouse and other organizations, and has coordinated after-school programs on the east side of Denver.
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Michael J. Henry

Michael J. Henry currently serves as Executive Director of Lighthouse, where he also teaches poetry and memoir and essay workshops. He's published two full-length collections of poetry, No Stranger Than My Own and Active Gods, both with Conundrum Press.
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BK Loren

BK Loren’s novel Theft won the Mountains and Plains Independent Booksellers Award, the Willa Award, a Dana Award for novel in progress, and was a finalist in several other national awards. Her collection of essays, Animal, Mineral, Radical won the Colorado Book Award. Her short stories and essays are published widely, and have garnered numerous awards and fellowships.
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Elizabeth Robinson

Elizabeth Robinson  is the author most recently of On Ghosts (Solid Objects), Counterpart (Ahsahta Press), and Blue Heron (Center for Literary Publishing). Robinson will be a Dora Maar House fellow in Menerbes, France in the fall of 2016.



Friday September 2, 2016 8:00pm - 8:45pm
Call to Arms Brewing Company 4526 Tennyson St, Denver, CO

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