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Saturday, October 20 • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
SF Chronicle: Roast Of The Little Man

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Join The Chronicle's Datebook staff at Lit Crawl on Saturday, Oct. 20 at The Chapel for a lively and good-humored roast of The Chronicle's iconic rating system, The Little Man. Learn about The Little Man, such as where did he come from, how long he's been around and more. Hear from staff members as they share their biggest grievances and frustrations with a man of such small stature.

One of the most anticipated literary nights of the year, San Francisco's Lit Crawl is a massive, one-night literary pub crawl throughout the city's Mission District. Lit Crawl SF brings together 500+ authors and close to 10,000 fans for the world's largest FREE pop-up literary event. 

The San Francisco Chronicle is a proud sponsor of Litquake.

Attendance is free!! Come for the cocktails, stick around for the roast. There will surely be a lively debate about why there isn't a Little Woman!


Authors
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Don "Bad Reporter" Asmussen

Don Asmussen is an American cartoonist working for the San Francisco Chronicle and Universal Press Syndicate. He was born in Rhode Island. He worked at the Portland Press Herald, The Detroit News, The San Diego Union-Tribune, and Time Magazine before joining the San Francisco Chronicle... Read More →
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Peter Hartlaub

Peter Hartlaub is The San Francisco Chronicle’s pop culture critic and host of the podcast The Big Event. The Bay Area native has worked at The Chronicle since 2000, and was a Chronicle paperboy from 1982 to 1984. He reviews movies, television and comedy, covers entertainment, creates... Read More →
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Lily Janiak

Lily Janiak joined the San Francisco Chronicle as theater critic in May 2016. Previously, her writing appeared in Theatre Bay Area, American Theatre, SF Weekly, the Village Voice and HowlRound. She holds a BA in theater studies from Yale and an MA in drama from San Francisco Stat... Read More →
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Aidin Vaziri

Aidin Vaziri covers pop music for the San Francisco Chronicle. Along with his off-the-cuff interviews for the weekly Pop Quiz column, he spends most days shuffling through stacks of new releases and nights at Bay Area concert venues, big and small. He also reports on emerging trends... Read More →



Saturday October 20, 2018 6:30pm - 7:30pm
The Chapel (main stage) 777 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA

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