And this little poet went to market…

…and this little poet’s reading at Hearthside!

Sunday, June 19th (Father’s Day), I’m reading for approximately five minutes in the Hearthside Readers and Writers Series at Fiddler’s Hearth. I believe my reading slot is 3:20pm.

The Hearthside Readers and Writers Series takes place at Fiddler’s Hearth on the third Sunday of every month, including a group of new writers and a different featured writer each time. Previous featured writers have included Monica Mody, Kelcey Parker and David Dodd Lee. The featured writer this month is Jennifer Stockdale.

It’ll be refreshing to listen to all those writers. Excited to be in the mix!

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About mckenzielynntozan

McKenzie Lynn Tozan lives and writes in South Bend, Indiana, where she works as the Departmental Secretary of English and World Language Studies at Indiana University South Bend, and remains closely affiliated with 42 Miles Press, New Issues Poetry and Prose, and Wolfson Press. She previously received her MFA in Poetry from Western Michigan University, where she worked as the Layout and Design Editor for New Issues Poetry and Prose and as an Assistant Editor of Poetry for Third Coast. Her poems have appeared in Encore Magazine, Sleet Magazine, Rogue Agent, Thank You for Swallowing, Whale Road Review, The James Franco Review, The Birds We Piled Loosely, and Analecta; and her book reviews have appeared on her website and on The Rumpus. She lives with her husband, their daughter, and three cats. For more, visit www.mckenzielynntozan.com. View all posts by mckenzielynntozan

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