February 20, 2014 — In our annual showcase of DC's lit and comedic finest, Literary Death Match made its Sixth & I in an event that saw Danielle Evans take down Regie Cabico in a winner-take-all Literary Judaic Pictionary finale by a score of 9-6 to win Evans the LDM DC, Ep. 6 championship.
February 19, 2014 — On a night that heated up Brooklyn's chilly February, Literary Death Match debuted at Littlefield with a thrilling show that saw Rickey Laurentiis outduel Jen Doll in an Olympics-themed "athlon" finale by the narrowest of margins, winning Laurentiis the LDM Brooklyn, Ep. 3 crown.
When 2013 started, we were on a vast high. A worn-out high, but a vast one. We'd just shot our Literary Death Match pilot after raising $11,000 on Kickstarter (it cost us $24,000 — oops!). Then the hard part: we started the hard charge at putting together a sizzle reel to sell the show (if you've never seen it, watch it now).
December 12, 2013 — For the 51st and final Literary Death Match of what's been a brilliant 2013, we returned to Busby's East for a Xmas Spectacular like never before to celebrate the one-year anniversary of our LDM TV shoot (we got optioned!), with a pitch-perfect night that finished with Jeremy Radin outdueling co-finalist Dana Johnson 10-5 in a Rock vs. Paper vs. Literature finale to win Radin the LDM LA, Ep. 26 crown.
December 3, 2013 — After an unforgettable night at the Edinburgh Book Festival, Literary Death Match returned to Auld Reekie to trump our August magic by presenting the penultimate LDM of 2014, and what a night it was! the grand finish came as Russel D. McLean outlasted Julie McDowall in a One Star Wonder finale by a score of 39-38 in SUDDEN DEATH!!! to win McLean the LDM Edinburgh, Ep. 8 crown.
December 2, 2013 — Literary Death Match barnstormed Kings Place in London with an ever-enchanting evening rife with lit, wit, and smash literary and comedic hits that finished with newly-announced Icelandic Literary Prize finalist Andri Snær Magnason outdueling co-finalist Viv Groskop in a One Star Wonder sudden death finale, winning Magnason the LDM London, Ep. 36 crown.
November 27, 2013 — In an obvious attempt to elevate Reykjavik to LDM City of the Year status, Literary Death Match returned to brilliant Iceland — and more specifically Kex — for a late-year extravaganza that saw Guðrún Eva Mínervudóttir outduel Vigdís Grímsdóttir in a game of Lone Star Lit, by a final score of 59-14, winning Guðrún Eva the LDM Reykjavik, Ep. 3 crown.
November 22, 2013 — In a bookish guns-blazing return to steamy Miami, Literary Death Match teamed with Miami Book Fair Internationa and Bookleggers for a knockdown lit-out night at Bardot that ended with Lauren Oliver outdueling co-finalist Kevin Barry in a wild game of Lone Star Lit by a final score of 55-40, to win Oliver the LDM Miami, Ep. 5 crown.