With our election anxiety at an all-time high, Literary Death Match heads to the sanity of Canada for our return to Vancouver — and more specifically the Fox Cabaret — presented by Sad Mag. A literary and comedy-infused night that will wow, ensorcel and lightly confound. Don't miss it!
October 16, 2016 — Literary Death Match returned to London for Southbank Centre's brilliant London Literature Festival, and living up the the festival's theme — Living in Future Times — LDM delivered a showcase of some of the best for years to come, ending with Luisa Omielan outdueling Paula Varjack in a Cyrillic Off that won her the LDM London, Ep. 60 crown, and literary immortality to go with it.
Jonathan Ames — creator of HBO’s Bored to Death, Blunt Talk on Starz and the author of nine books including The Extra Man and I Love You More Than You Know — sits down for an intimate conversation with Literary Death Match creator Adrian Todd Zuniga, as they discuss book-to-TV adaptations, best friends, sexual misadventures and everything in between.
Congratulations to Karen Harryman's story "The World Is Never So Kind" winner the first-ever Literary Death Match's 250-Word Bookmark Contest judged by Daniel Handler (a.k.a. Lemony Snicket). Karen wins $1,000, and her story will appear on a bookmark distributed to all LDM events through 2016. The two runners-up: Carmiel Banasky and Tessa White who will each receive $100. All finalists will be invited to read at LDM events.
This week on iTunes: LDM Presents...Stephen Tobolowsky (April 4, 2016) at Soho House West Hollywood. Tobolowsky — actor, author, podcast host and musician — sits down for an intimate conversation with Adrian Todd Zuniga, as they discuss storytelling, performance, laughter, getting it right and everything in between. Subscribe now!
Graham Moore — Academy Award–winning screenwriter of The Imitation Game and New York Times bestselling author of The Last Days of Night and The Sherlockian — sits down for an intimate conversation with Literary Death Match creator Adrian Todd Zuniga, as they discuss writing in all forms, inspiration, overcoming doubt and everything in between.