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Saturday, October 13 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Beyond University: Lit in Libraries, Salons & Death Matches

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Three creative minds get together to discuss literary events outside the university atmosphere. Chandra Gordon is the executive producer of The Library Foundation, the center of year-round community-based events. Chris Maier is the founder of Made By Little, an organization set on “crating stories, curating experiences” and Little Salon based in D.C. And Adrian Todd Zuniga is the host and creator of Literary Death Match, a reading series featured in over 60 cities that marries the literary and performative aspects of Def Poetry Jam, the judging of American Idol (without any meanness), and the ridiculousness and hilarity of Double Dare. (Stick around for Fall for the Book’s own Literary Death Match at 5 p.m. in Harris Theater!)

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Chandra Gordon

Chandra Gordon is the Executive Director of the Library Foundation. She moved to Louisville, KY from Long Island, NY over a decade ago with her husband, three children, and dog. The move was prompted by the ready access to beautiful art (her husband is a glass artist), great food... Read More →
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Christopher Maier

Christopher Maier is a Washington, DC-based writer, event producer, and creative director. He's the founder and producer of Little Salon, an arts and culture experience that's curated each month in a different home and different neighborhood, aiming to give DCers a non-pretentious... Read More →
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Adrian Todd Zuniga

Adrian Todd Zuniga is the host and creator of Literary Death Match (now featured in over 60 cities worldwide). He hosts LDM Book Report on YouTube, and is the co-writer of Madden NFL 18’s interactive movie Longshot (EA Sports), which earned a nomination for a Writers Guild of America... Read More →

Saturday October 13, 2018 1:30pm - 2:30pm EDT
Merten Hall, Room 1202