Boston Writers Review had been on an unexpected hiatus the last two months! Here are some recent newsworthy items to note. Continue reading
After a “Best Storytelling” nomination from the Boston Phoenix, Literary Death Match is back for another night of literary and comedic engagement. Join Literary Death Match as it takes a Cambridge sidestep to the world-famous Comedy Studio with a lineup that will make your head pop by the time you finish with just the description! Continue reading
AML broke records last week by becoming not just the contestant of Literary Death Match with the longest name ever, according to LDM creator Todd Zuniga, but the champion with the longest name ever.
Now celebrating its sixth birthday this year, LDM will return to Boston on Thursday, June 7.
Read more for a synopsis and gallery of 45 photos. Continue reading
The six-year anniversary of Literary Death Match continues in Boston on March 8 at Club Oberon in Harvard Square in Cambridge. Continue reading
The ridiculously wild and crazy international literary romp that has pitched six battles in the Boston area is returning to Club Oberon on Thursday, March 8, with headlining judge Tom Perrotta. Meanwhile, LDM is also offering the public the chance to win two free tickets with a competition of their own. Continue reading
News from Chip Cheek, Eugenio Volpe and Jessica Keener complete this week’s writer round-up. Continue reading
Literary Death Match came to Club Oberon and pit four readers — Sarah Braunstein, Courtney Maum, William Giraldi and Matthew Salesses — against each other. Judging them were Liz Prince, Cynthia von Buhler and Ron Currie Jr. Hosted by Kirsten Sims and LDM founder Todd Zuniga, Maum battled Giraldi and snapped up the medal. Read more for a photo slideshow of the event. Continue reading