6/29: NATIVE + Third Man Lit Party at Analog Hutton Hotel

Writers live an intently focused life, embracing the chaos that swirls around them and making sense of it all for the rest of us. Praise often goes unsung for these victors of the void during their lifetime. But that doesn’t have to be the case.

From playwrights to poets, scores of writers (and not just songwriters) call Nashville home. We want to celebrate their craft. That’s why we’ve teamed up Third Man Books to bring you Lit Party, an event where like-minded literature folks can let loose and make a few new friends.

NATIVE and Third Man Books have teamed up to bring you the first ever Lit Party—an evening of selections from some of our favorite, local writers: Susannah Felts of The Porch, Caroline Williams, PUJOL, Leslie Garcia of Southern Word, and Dan Hoy. There will also be music by Miyagi and drink specials (because what writer doesn’t love booze?).

The celebration will take place this Friday, June 29, at 8 p.m. at Analog at Hutton Hotel. It’ll be . . . lit (we know, we know, we’re really abusing that pun).

Find more information on the event here.

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