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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 • 7:00pm - 7:45pm
Tethered by Letters

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At Tethered by Letters, we believe in the power of storytelling. This uniquely human ability should be treasured and championed, no matter a person’s background, age, or education. We provide the tools to help writers master this craft, combining our extensive educational resources, lively international community, and in-house publisher. By fostering a love of literature, we strive to discover, nurture, and publish the next generation of great storytellers. Learn more at www.tetheredbyletters.com.

Moderators
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Leah Scott

Leah Scott is the Education Director for Tethered by Letters and a Senior Editor for F(r)iction, a tri-annual collection of art and literature published by TBL. Her poetry manuscript With Scissors & a Tiny Saw won the University of Denver’s Mary Cass Award in 2015. You can find her in the virtual realm on Instagram (@miss.teamountain) and Twitter (@snoggingleah).

Authors
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Kathy Fish

Kathy Fish's stories have been published or are forthcoming in THE LINEUP: 20 PROVOCATIVE WOMEN WRITERS  (Black Lawrence Press, 2015), Guernica, Indiana Review, Denver Quarterly, and elsewhere. She is the author of four collections of short fiction: a chapbook of flash fiction in the chapbook collective, A PECULIAR FEELING OF RESTLESSNESS (Rose Metal Press, 2008), WILD LIFE (Matter Press, 2011), TOGETHER WE CAN BURY IT (The Lit Pub, 2012... Read More →
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Richard Froude

Richard Froude has written three books: FABRIC (Horse Less 2011), The Passenger (Skylight 2012), and Tarnished Mirrors: Translations of Charles Baudelaire (Muffled Cry 2004). His writing about working with palliative care and hospice patients has been awarded the 2013 Wabash Prize for Nonfiction and a 2015 Stanley Kaplan Essay Prize. Excerpts from this project – "Kingdom of Ends: Notes Toward a Poetics of... Read More →
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Emily Pérez

Emily Pérez is the author of the poetry collection House of Sugar, House of Stone (Center for Literary Publishing) and the chapbook Backyard Migration Route (Finishing Line Press). She graduated with honors from Stanford University and earned an MFA at the University of Houston, where she served as a poetry editor for Gulf Coast and taught with Writers in the Schools. A Canto Mundo Fellow, she has received funding and recognition from... Read More →
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Nate Ragolia

Nate Ragolia is the author of There You Feel Free; a novella. He’s also the creator, writer and illustrator of the webcomics, The Illiterate Badger and The Right Corking Adventures of Cecil Larkbunting and Alastair Wakerobin. He writes articles about Denver, and all sorts of other stuff, on Medium. And he is Editor-in-chief of Boned, a blog-zine publishing stories, poems, and essays that feature skeletons. He graduated magna cum... Read More →
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Suzi Q. Smith

Poet and author Suzi Q. Smith lives with her brilliant daughter in Denver, Colorado.  In addition to working as a teaching artist in Denver, Suzi Q. performs throughout the United States.  Among the most well-known performing poets in the country, she has shared stages with the late Gil Scott Heron, Nikki Giovanni, Talib Kweli, and many more over the years. Her work has appeared in Union Station Magazine, Suspect Press, Muzzle... Read More →
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Gina Wohlsdorf

Gina Wohlsdorf was born in Bismark, North Dakota, and graduated from Tulane University. In 2013 she earned an MFA in creative writing from the University of Virginia. She currently lives in Denver, Colorado. "Security "is her first novel.



Friday September 2, 2016 7:00pm - 7:45pm
Berkeley Untapped 4267 Tennyson St, Denver, CO