Nnine days; 650+ authors. Events are all-ages unless noted otherwise. Book sales are offered when and where appropriate. Events without ticket reservations are first-come first served.
“We’re all suffering from political fatigue,” say Litquake’s founders, so they’re rolling out a staggering range of programs in the festival’s 18th year, focusing on the joy to be found in literature. From panel discussions in museums to poetry readings in Mission bookstores, there’s something for everyone, including a historical walking tour chasing the ghosts of Barbary Coast prostitutes.