[Noisebridge-discuss] this year's Lit Crawl = October 17th 2015

jarrod hicks hicksu at gmail.com
Wed Jul 15 18:40:01 UTC 2015

Hello James.

I have had the great pleasure of being able to help around Noisebridge at
the last two LitCrawl events. I would be happy to help organize and clean
up things on our end for the event.

I am also personally okay with hosting an outside publisher this year, as
it has been difficult to fill the schedule ourselves.
On Jul 15, 2015 9:27 AM, "James Warner" <james at jameswarner.net> wrote:

>  Noisebridge has participated in the San Francisco Lit Crawl the last
> couple of years (info about last year's Crawl here
> http://www.litquake.org/event-series/lit-crawl-san-francisco) -- the
> Crawl is a yearly event where a hundred or so readings take place on a
> Saturday in venues throughout the Mission. Since not that many people wound
> up signing up to read on the Noisebridge wiki event page for the 2013 or
> 2014 Noisebridge events (although the events went smoothly and were well
> attended), we at Litquake are thinking it might make more sense to assign a
> specific literary curator to Noisebridge for this year's Crawl on October
> 17th. Specifically we are hoping Noisebridge could host the Pochino Press
> event. Pochino Press (http://www.pochinopress.com) are an Oakland
> publisher who describe themselves as offering a multi-media stage for
> change makers and culture creators. We are hoping their event would be a
> good fit for Noisebridge during the Lit Crawl -- let me know anyone who has
> thoughts on this. If people are okay with this idea I can put this on the
> announce list and create an event wiki page.
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