February 25, 2024 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Morgenstern's Bookstore and Cafe
849 S Automall Rd.

Writers Guild at Bloomington


Last Sunday Poetry Reading & Open Mic


Antonia Matthew


Peter Kaczmarczyk

7-8:30pm EST

Morgenstern’s Bookstore & Café
849 S Auto Mall Rd
Bloomington IN 47401

Born in Bristol, England, ANTONIA MATTHEW has lived in Bloomington since 1968. A founding member of the Writers Guild of Bloomington, she is the author of Antonia’s Homefront, a transatlantic audio theatre coproduction of Political Art, London UK, and the Writers Guild of Bloomington that premiered on WFHB’s Firehouse Theatre on October 9, 2022. Also the author of the independently published chapbook Journey, she has been featured on The Poets Weave radio program, and her poems have appeared in Verse Wisconsin and Ryder magazine, among numerous other publications.

PETER KACZMARCZYK was raised in New England and has lived the last 30 years in Southern Indiana. His works mostly strive to tell short tales in simple words that are accessible to all. Co-creator of the Captain Janeway Statue in Bloomington, Indiana, Peter is always surrounded by cats, one of whom will draw blood if he spends too long writing. He accepts this as the price to be paid for pursuing his craft. Peter has been published in numerous journals and several anthologies, and his chapbook, Distant Yet Always Heard, is available for purchase at Morgenstern’s Bookstore & Café, Alien Buddha Press, and Amazon.com.

Last Sunday Poetry Reading & Open Mic
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