Join LM editor-in-chief Caroline M. Grant on San Francisco’s Lit Crawl 2012.
Spread over three hours, Lit Crawl will host live readings of poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and more in bookstores, bars, art galleries, restaurants, stores, cafés, laundromats, community spaces… even a police station and beekeeping supply store. ALL Lit Crawl readings are free and open to the public (although some venues are 21 and over).
Join Caroline at:
736 Valencia St., San Francisco
Saturday, October 13
7:15 – 8:15 PM
She and four other writers from The Cassoulet Saved Our Marriage: True Tales of Food, Family, and How We Learn to Eat will dish about what they really eat and why family food matters more (and less) than you think.
- Gregory Dicum is an author, journalist, and entrepreneur living in San Francisco. He gave up meat in the previous millennium.
- Caroline M. Grant is editor-in-chief of LiteraryMama.com and co-editor of The Cassoulet Saved Our Marriage. She eats school lunch as often as possible.
- Phyllis Grant, a former pastry cook in New York City, lives in Berkeley and writes a blog about cooking with her kids called Dash and Bella.
- Chris Malcomb teaches creative writing workshops and studies gong fu cha, traditional Chinese tea ceremony. His essays have appeared in over a dozen literary publications.
- K.G. Schneider‘s writing has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and published in Best Creative Nonfiction Volume 2, Best Nonrequired Reading 2009, and other publications.