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Saturday
Jan212017

Jan. 21 (Orpheum Theatre)

To kick off 2017 with a burst of bright-minded glee, Literary Death Match is teaming with the Riot LA Comedy Festival for a harebrained evening of wit, lit, and absurdity at The Orpheum. Trust us when we say: you've never seen anything like it. Preorder now!

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Friday
Jan202017

Jan. 24 (at Bell House)

To shake off the horrors of the Inauguration, Literary Death Match heads to The Bell House in Brooklyn for a a refreshing and brilliant night of literature, wise-cracking, giddiness and all kinds of otherwise. Don't miss it.

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Wednesday
Jan182017

Our Pivot Towards Protest

On the night of November 8, when it had become clear that Donald J. Trump was going to be the next…oh, god, don’t make me say it…President of the United States, I turned to my oldest friend, on the couch next to me, and said, “For the next four years we’re going to see some incredible art.”

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Tuesday
Jan172017

Feb. 11 (at Black Cat)

For our AWP Spectacular, Literary Death Match heads to the nation's capital — and more specifically Black Cat — for a magical night of literature, witticisms and enough absurdity to momentarily distract from the horrors happening over at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. Trust us when we say: this one's not to be missed.

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Wednesday
Jan112017

This Week: Graham Moore

This week on iTunes: LDM Presents...Graham Moore (October 10, 2016) at Soho House West Hollywood. 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 Adrian Todd Zuniga, as they discuss writing in all forms, inspiration, overcoming doubt and everything in between. Subscribe now!

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Wednesday
Jun012016

Judged by Daniel Handler

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.

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Friday
May132016

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