November 14, 2015 — For our Bluegrass State debut, Literary Death Match teamed with the bright minds at Louisville Literary Arts for their Writer's Block Festival to put together a wild and wily night at the Haymarket Whiskey Bar that ended with Hannah Pittard outdueling Gabe Tomlin in a Lone Star Lit finale to win her the LDM Louisville, Ep. 1 crown.
November 5, 2015 — In what we hope to make an annual spectacular, Literary Death Match headed to St. James Studio for our "Best of Edinburgh Fringe" showcase featuring some of the most talented performers on the planet that finished with Viv Groskop outdueling Sarah Morgan in Literary Spelling Bee III, winning Groskop the LDM London, Ep. 54 crown.
October 27, 2015 — After too many moons away from LA, Literary Death Match returned home to Largo to team with HBO's The Leftovers for an electric night that ended with Eliot Laurence outdueling Tracy McMillan in a crazy-close game of Literary Spelling Bee III to win Laurence the LDM LA, Ep. 39 crown.
October 22, 2015 — For our annual drop-in at Quinnipiac University, a brilliant early-evening of lit, comedy and wit transpired — in celebration of Quinnipiac's literary magazine Montage — that saw Clare E. Michalek outduel co-finalist Alan Johnson by the narrowest of scores to win her the LDM Quinnipiac, Ep. 4 crown.
October 17, 2015 — In a clear show that the world is a brilliant place, we headed back to the Texas Book Festival for a Lit Crawl Austin event where literary fireworks were at a maximum, as Kirk Lynn outdueled Gwendolyn Zepeda in a lightning-quick Lone Star Lit finale that Lynn won in sudden death, to win him the LDM Austin, Ep. 10 crown.
October 15, 2015 — In what's become an annual tradition, Literary Death Match once again teamed with Wordfest for an all-out literary and comedic extravaganza at the Royal Canadian Legion #1. The wild evening finished with Anakana Schofield narrowly outdueling Jeff Vandermeer in a Literary Spelling Bee III finale by a single letter, winning Schofield the LDM Calgary, Ep. 3 crown.
October 14, 2015 — For our annual pilgrammage to wonderful Oklahoma, we once again teamed with Booksmart Tulsa for our first-ever Literary Death Match at Living Arts of Tulsa, where writerly and comedic fireworks were on display as Beau Adams trumped Andrew Marshall in a wily Literary Charades finale to win Adams the LDM Tulsa, Ep. 5 crown.
October 13, 2015 — In a debut that changed lives, Literary Death Match headed to the literary haven of Oxford, Mississippi for the first time with an all-star lineup and brilliance blazing, in a show that saw Beth Ann Fennelly outduel Kiese Laymon in a sudden death Lone Star Lit finale that won Fennelly the LDM Oxford, MS, Ep. 1 crown.
October 10, 2015 — For our grand return to the LDM City of the Year 2015 front-runner, we once again teamed with the Southern Festival of Books for a night to remember at the War Memorial Auditorium, as Harrison Scott Key narrowly outdueled Tiana Clark in Literary Spelling Bee III finale by a single point to win Key the LDM Nashville, Ep. 3 crown.
October 7, 2015 — After nearly four years away from Orlando, Literary Death Match teamed with Burrow Press for an event at Mad Cow Theatre that wowed from end to end, with the night finishing with David James Poissant outdueling co-finalist Kristen Arnett in a sudden-death Lone Star Lit finale that won Poissant the LDM Orlando, Ep. 3 crown.