Subterranean SF: Harboiled Fiction with an Edge
Thursday, April 1, 2010, 7:30 P.M., Undisclosed Location

Invitiations To This Event Have All Been Given Away(3/30/2010)

City Lights Books in conjunction with Litquake present

An evening of literary pathology exposing San Francisco's sinister underbelly. Join two darkly inspired writers of crime fiction as they delve into the shadowy realms of mayhem and murder.

Domenic Stansberry and Kelli Stanley

celebrate the release of their new books

Naked Moon (by Domenic Stansberry)

City Of Dragons (by Kelli Stanley)

both published by St. Martins Press

evening hosted by Peter Maravelis

This event shall take place at an undisclosed location. 21+ and over, please.

Admission is free, but only on a first come, first serve basis.

Seating is limited and by invitation only.

Invitiations become available on Tuesday, March 23, 2010.

Invitations may be picked up in-person at the front counter of City Lights Bookstore, 261 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco, CA. Ask for the black envelope at the front counter. It will contain a map and navigation instructions.

No reservations shall be accepted. 

Call City Lights to determine ticket availability (tel. 415-362-8193)

Edgar Award winner Domenic Stansberry is one of the most talented crime novelists working today. His novels are dark, lyrical, and widely acclaimed, and Naked Moon is no exception as it captures the sense of dread, paranoia, and quiet despair that cling to a man and a part of a city living on borrowed time.

Kelli Stanley is the author of the criticallly acclaimed Nox Dormienda, which won the Bruce Alexander Award for best historical mystery and was nominated for a Macavity Award. She lives in San Francisco, California.

About Litquake:

San Francisco's annual Litquake literary festival was founded by Bay Area writers as a week-long literary spectacle for book lovers, complete with cutting-edge panels, unique cross-media events, and hundreds of readings. Since its founding in 1999, the festival has presented close to 1400 author appearances for an audience of over 32,000 in its lively and inclusive celebration of San Francisco's thriving contemporary literary scene. Litquake seeks to foster interest in literature, perpetuate a sense of literary community, and provide a vibrant forum for Bay Area writing as a complement to the city's music, film, and cultural festivals.