Live Lit Roundup for November 9th-15th

Tomorrow

Come out to Women & Children First (5233 N Clark St, Chicago, Illinois 60640) for the November installment of Sappho’s Salon, tomorrow night at 7pm. Featured headliners include the songstress Black Heaven, writer/storyteller, Britt Julious, and performance artist, Tien TranLiz Baudler and  Eileen Tull host. // $7-10 sliding scale // 21+ // BYOB // 

Don’t miss The Seven Deadly Sins: November at Cafe Mustache (2313 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60647) tomorrow night at 8pmTyler Snodgrass will be covering gluttony, Ben Tanzer will be talking about greed, and Rachel Kaboff will be discussing wrath. Angela Vela and Ray Teresi host. // Free and open to the public // 17+ // 

Wednesday

Celebrate the release of Dave Reidy’s new novel, The Voiceover Artist, at The Hideout (1354 W Wabansia Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60642) Wednesday night at 6:30pm. Cyn VargasSteve Delahoyde, and Ryan Bartelmay will also be reading.
// Free and open to the public // 21+ // 

Story Sessions’ Jill Howe will be talking about Marilyn Monroe in Some Like It Hot this Wednesday at the November installment of Flick Lit: Reel-to-Real. Flick Lit is an exciting new reading series that blends cinema with live lit produced by Kirk Kicklighter. The series takes place at the luxurious Logan Theatre (2646 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60647) at 7:30pm// Free and open to the public // 17+ // 

Thursday

Lies! Fiction Reading Series will take place at Cafe Mustache (2313 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60647) at 6pm this Thursday. Featured headliners include Hallie ButlerKyle Beachy, and Mike Lopez// Free and open to the public // 17+ // 

Friday

Francesca AbbateAlix Anne Shaw, and Toby Altman will be reading at City Lit Books (2523 N Kedzie Blvd, Chicago, IL 60647) this Friday at 6:30pm.
// Free and open to the public // 17+ // 

Sunday

Naomi Huffman and Leah Pickett host The Marrow, this Sunday at 6pm at The Whistler (2421 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60647). Featured readers include Zoe ZolbrodDasha Kelly, and Catherine Eves// Free and open to the public // 21+ // 

Want your reading series added to our Live Lit Roundup? Email us a month or up to two weeks in advance with a copy of your press release and we’ll be sure to include you in feature installments. We can be reached at chicagoliterati(at)gmail(dot)com.

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