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Lit Crawl Boston returns in June

Literary-themed events await bibliophiles.

Several people are sitting on benches with a large mural behind themat Lit Crawl Boston

Get your bookish questions answered by the authors, historians, professors speaking at this year’s Lit Crawl.

Photo by @cocomccabe

Following a two-year hiatus, Lit Crawl Boston is back in Somerville’s Union Square on Thursday, June 6.

Taking place from 6 to 9 p.m., this free pop-up event that is part of the Boston Book Festival features 20+ immersive literary-inspired experiences that will thrill bibilophiles — including games, theater, poetry, and music.

Here are handful of offerings on the schedule:

Telling the Story of the Big Dig, with Ian Coss | The host of the GBH podcast “The Big Dig” delves deep into Boston’s ambitious infrastructure project.

Beer in Revolutionary Boston | Historian and author Brooke Barbier discusses how drinking culture and beer took on a significant role during the American Revolution.

Celebrating James Joyce with the Here Comes Everybody Players | Get familiar with the work of James Joyce through adaptations accompanied by music from the HCE Trio.

Get all of the wordy details on Lit Crawl Boston’s list of speakers, and the complete event schedule.