Reading at the 2019 RVA LitCrawl

It’s almost time for one of my favorite literary traditions: The RVA LitCrawl! This event began in 2017 with more than 70 writers from the region reading in cafes, galleries, shops, hotels, and hostels.

From the organizers: “Our goal is to celebrate the literary talent that resides in Richmond and to make connections with those who love to read. Join us for a celebration of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry that invites everyone to the writers’ table.  We’ll sweep through the many shops and restaurants in Carytown, where your favorite authors will share their work on social justice, women writing for women, literature for young people, LGBTQ+ lives, and much more.” 

Event Information

RVA LitCrawl 

When:

Saturday, April 20, 2019 at 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Where:

Garden Grove Brewing & Urban Winery

3445 W Cary Street 

Richmond, VA 23221

Website: https://www.gardengrovebrewing.com

Tel: (804) 918-6158

Google Map: 

https://www.google.com/maps/place/3445+W+Cary+St,+Richmond,+VA+23221/@37.5548098,-77.4881487,17z/data=!3m1!4b1!4m5!3m4!1s0x89b113f1c2800d79:0xaeea43d86f3c7ce!8m2!3d37.5548098!4d-77.48596

Participating Authors

Clay Blancett,

Website: http://blancett.blogspot.com

Harry Kollatz Jr.

Website: https://harrykollatz.wordpress.com

Jon Sealy

Website: http://www.jonsealy.com

Melissa Scott Sinclair

Website: http://www.melissascottsinclair.com

About RVA LitCrawl 

Website: http://www.rvalitcrawl.org

The RVA LitCrawl is a two-day reading series that takes place in the creatively vibrant Richmond, Virginia. The event began in 2017 with over 70 published writers from the region reading at cafes, galleries, shops, hotels, and hostels.

Our goal is to celebrate the literary talent that resides in Richmond and to make connections with those who love to read. Join us for a celebration of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry that invites everyone to the writers’ table.  We’ll sweep through the many shops and restaurants in Carytown, where your favorite authors will share their work on social justice, women writing for women, literature for young people, LGBTQ+ lives, and much more.