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Three Tents Reading Series Saturday, August 2, with MEL BOSWORTH, CHRISTY CRUTCHFIELD, and SHEILA MCMULLIN

Join me tomorrow for a night of poetry and prose at the Three Tents Reading Series hosted by Big Lucks. We’ll be reading at the Petworth Citizen at 829 Upshur St NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20011 tomorrow night, August 2, at 7:00PM.

Readers include myself and

MEL BOSWORTH is the author of the novel FREIGHT and the poetry chapbook EVERY LAUNDROMAT IN THE WORLD. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in hayden’s ferry review, Melville House, and New World Writing. He is the curator of The Small Press Book Review and the series editor for the Wigleaf Top 50. He lives in Massachusetts.

CHRISTY CRUTCHFIELD writes and teaches in Western Massachusetts. Her work has appeared in Mississippi Review , Salt Hill Journal, the Collagist, Newfound, and others. Her first novel, How to Catch a Coyote, was recently released by Publishing Genius Press. She is a contributor to the Small Press Book Review and a native of Atlanta.

Tomorrow night, among others I will read “Hey, Big Wild (In Which Frank Bends and Lifts Mateo),” which will be published in Big Lucks upcoming issue 6! To pre-order your copy follow this link.

Love and see you tomorrow!



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