The nationwide phenomenon known as the Lit Crawl makes its LA debut in NoHo.
Born from the first San Francisco LitQuake of 2004, Lit Crawl has since become a national phenomenon, with its inaugural SoCal edition taking place in North Hollywood. In the spirit of pub crawls, Lit Crawl aims to give our minds something to do while we eat and drink. It's hosted at 12 eclectic venues, ranging from Blastoff Comics to the Federal Bar, and features readings from an assortment of LA's best writers, organizations, and literary series. Hop between locales and catch the likes of Jeffrey Lewis, Gregg Hurwitz, and Lisa Teasley, as well as Black Clock, LA Review of Books, Red Hen Press, Tongue and Groove, and more. The readings are free, with The Hesby after-party costing 15 bucks.