To celebrate the 400th Literary Death Match in world history, we're hurtling towards London's Century Club for a whizbang affair of delight, lit, laughs, light mayhem and the ultimate in lovely, good cheer. Come celebrate with us — we'd absolutely love to see you. Preorder now!
August 30, 2015 — To close out our run of eight-shows-in-eight days at the Edinburgh Fringe, Literary Death Match finished ox-strong as our final late-afternoon performance ended with Christopher Brookmyre outdueling co-finalist Lynsey May in an all-out battle of One Star Wonder to win Brookmyre the LDM Edinburgh, Ep. 17 crown.
August 29, 2015 — For our seventh show in eight consecutive days at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Literary Death Match was wild-minded genius from end to end as the fantastic night ended with Julie Mayhew trumping co-finalist Dan Tyte in a tense LDM Spelling Bee III finale that won Mayhew the LDM Edinburgh, Ep. 16 crown.
August 28, 2015 — For the sixth of eight consecutive LDM's in eight days at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Literary Death Match glittered with the magic only a Fringe showcase can offer, as the pitch-perfect hour finished with a racing finish that saw Kirsty Logan outduel John Osborne in hotly-contested game of Literary Spelling Bee III by a narrow margin to win her the LDM Edinburgh, Ep. 15 crown.
This week on iTunes: LDM LA, Ep. 38 (July 21, 2015) at Hammer Museum. Judges: Jerry Stahl (Permanent Midnight); Jon Cryer (Two and a Half Men); Mary Elizabeth Ellis (It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia). Readers: Amelia Gray (Gutshot); Jillian Lauren (Everything You Ever Wanted); Liana Maeby (South on Highland); Sarah Tomlinson (Good Girl). Hosted by LDM creator Adrian Todd Zuniga. Subscribe now!
2nd: Brattleboro, VT
6th: London (Southbank Centre)
13th: Oxford, MS
17th: Austin (North Door)
27th: LA (Largo)