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Lit Crawl Seattle says
Essays, poems, and stories inspired by video games, from writer/gamers Darren Davis, Rachel Springer, James Gapinski, and Frances Dinger. Hosted by Corina Zappia.

For the complete Lit Crawl Seattle line-up, please go here: http://litcrawl.org/seattle/2015-schedule

About the Writers
Frances Chiem (née Dinger) is a writer of fiction and essays. Her work has appeared in Fanzine, Poets & Writers online, Washington Trails and the Best of Alt Lit, among other places. She works in environmental advocacy and is also deputy director of the APRIL Festival, an annual event celebrating independent literature held in Seattle during the last week of March. She tweets @f_e_chiem.

Darren Davis writes personal essays on technology, video games, and the workaday. His most recent work appears in Kill Screen, Hobart, and the Monarch Review. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Washington, and is an editor at Seattle Met.

James R. Gapinski earned his MFA from Goddard College, and he’s managing editor of The Conium Review. His fiction has recently appeared in NANO Fiction, Word Riot, Lunch Ticket, Juked, and elsewhere. He lives in Portland, Oregon with his partner and a collection of 8-bit video games. He tweets @jamesrgapinski. http://jamesrgapinski.com

Rachel Springer lives at the intersection of poetry and statistics (poetrydataproject.org). She is the author of the chapbook Hive Mind (Poor Claudia, 2014), and her recent work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Atlas Review, Cartridge Lit, Fanzine, and Big Lucks.
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