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Get drunk . . . on words!

Think of Lit Crawl Seattle as a free cool reading at your favorite bar, times about 30. For one beautiful and awesomely weird night, over 80 Pacific Northwest readers and artists fill Capitol and First Hill bars with stories ranging from oyster foraging to the Jesus movement, photography of Seattle outcasts and innocents, to odes to football and salt.

In past years, we’ve hosted everyone from former National Book Award finalist Jess Walter to Lindy West. Throughout the years, we have hosted readings by VIDA, Tin House, critically-acclaimed artists such as Eileen Myles and Melissa Febos, and much more, at venues throughout the neighborhood—including Hugo House, Vermilion, Capitol Cider, Capitol Hill Library, and Elliott Bay Book Company.

In 2019, we’ll continue our tradition of 5 phases of programming: 5-5:45pm, 6-6:45pm, 7-7:45pm, 8-8:45pm, and 9-9:45pm, plus literary shenanigans at the after party at 10pm.

This year, you’ll get to take in 35+ readings and 80+ readers and performers on this year’s line up!
Save the date: Thursday, October 24th, 2019.

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Thursday, October 24 • 9:00pm - 9:45pm
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More than just the man who predicted the revolution wont be televised, Gil Scot Heron left an Indelible imprint on our culture.

He was often brilliant, sometimes his own troubled unreliable narrator, and sometimes both at the same time.
In this reading, we will read poems inspired by or responding to many of the facets of his complex art.

Featured Artists

A 2016 Jack Straw Fellow, Artist Trust Fellow, and nominee for a Stranger Genius Award, Robert Lashley has had poems published in such journals as Feminete, Seattle Review of Books, NAILED, Gramma, Poetry Northwest, Cascadia Magazine, and The Cascadia Review. His work was also featured in Many Trails to the Summit , an anthology of Northwest form and lyric poetry, and It Was Written, an anthology of poetry inspired by hip hop.

Paul Hlava Ceballos is the recipient of a 2019-2020 Artist Trust Fellowship award, as well as a Poets House fellowship, and a 4Culture Artist Grant. He was part of Cave Canem’s Writing-Across Cultures workshop and has been published in the Best New Poets Anthology. His work has been published in Narrative Magazine, BOMB, the PEN Poetry Series, Acentos Review, the LA Times, among other journals and newspapers, and have been nominated for the Pushcart. He has an MFA from NYU and currently lives in Seattle, where he practices echocardiography.

Christopher Rose is originally from Seattle, Washington. His poems have appeared in Fjords Review, TAYO Literary Magazine, The Hawaii Review, Vinyl Poetry, FreezeRay, and others. He is a Cave Canem fellow and VONA alum, and is a 2019 recipient of an Oregon Literary Fellowship for Writers of Color. He currently teaches at Portland Community College in Portland, Oregon.

Thursday October 24, 2019 9:00pm - 9:45pm
Bauhaus 515 Harvard Ave East #121 Seattle, WA 98102

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