October 17, 2014 — Once again, we teamed with Wordfest for a grand return to C-Town for a wily, must-attend night of bright lights, brighter lit and hysterics that ended with Ann-Marie MacDonald outdueling co-finalist Alison Pick in a riotous, sudden-death Lone Star Lit finale to win her the LDM Calgary, Ep. 2 crown.
October 16, 2014 — In our annual jaunt to Salt Lake City, we once again teamed up with the bright minds behind the Utah Humanities Book Festival to put on a wild night of literary delights that finished with DeAnn Emett outdueling co-finalist Rachel Levy in a Lone Star Lit finale that went to sudden death, winning Emett the LDM Salt Lake City, Ep. 3 crown.
October 14, 2014 — In our annual spectacular, Literary Death Match returned to Litquake for a night at Public Works that was an insta-classic that ended with Danez Smith outdueling Kriistina Ehin in sudden-death overtime in a captivating game of Literary Charades to win Smith the LDM SF, Ep. 55 crown.
October 11, 2014 — In what was one of the greatest nights of our 2014, we teamed with the Southern Festival of Books and Third Man Records for a wild night of literary wizardry, knee-slapping judgment that finished with Abraham Smith winning out in sudden death over Adrian Matejka in a music-skewed battle of Literary Pictionary to win Smith the LDM Nashville, Ep. 1 crown.
For a debut to remember, Literary Death Match headed to Texas' southern plains, as we teamed with the Books in the Basin Festival for a pitch-perfect evening rife with story, hilarity and tomfoolery that ended with Jeramey Kraatz outdueling co-finalist Julie Murphy by a closer-than-it-looks score of 39-11 in a Lone Star Lit finale to win Kraatz the LDM Midland & Odessa, Ep. 1 crown.
October 9, 2014 — For the third year running, Literary Death Match teamed with the masterminds at the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists and Satire Fest for a cartoon-based event like nothing San Francisco had ever seen, which finished with Stephanie McMillan outdueling Don Asmussen in a Graphic Novel Pictionary finale to win her the LDM SF, Ep. 54 crown.
October 3, 2014 — In our annual visit to amazing Vermont, we once again teamed with the Brattleboro Literary Festival, for a no-knockdown, no-dragout, all-wowing literary and comedic humdinger at the Robert H. Gibson River Garden that ended with Julia Fierro narrowly outdueling Julie Wu in a Lone Star Lit finale, winning Fierro the LDM Brattleboro, Ep. 3 crown.
October 2, 2014 — For our annual pilgrimmage to Quinnipiac University for a student battle like none other in support of Montage, Literary Death Match brought a brilliant trio of judges along, in a show that finished with Jessica Simpson outdueling co-finalist Justin Burnett in a Lone Star Lit finale by a score of 49-43 to win Simpson the LDM Quinnipiac, Ep. 3 finale.
October 1, 2014 — On a literary night for the ages that brought autumn to new writerly and comedic heights, Literary Death Match returned to Largo at the Coronet for a Screenwriters-Reading-Prose edition of LDM that saw Carol Leifer narrowly outduel Liz Meriwether in a calamitous Literary Charades finale that won Leifer the LDM LA, Ep. 33 crown.
September 23, 2014 — To bring September to its narrative knees, Literary Death Match teamed with Soho House West Hollywood for a members-only event that ended with Jeremy Radin outdueling co-finalist Carlos Kotkin in LDM's Quiz of Death I by a score of 7-5 to win Radin the LDM LA, Ep. 32 crown.