August 2015 Open Reading Review
The end of summer brings our thoughts together again.
Albert Sussler ( USA )
~ “Blind Eye” ~
Dad, every time you get feisty, your beeper starts making wide swings on the heart monitor graph machine.
~ “Artist Statement” ~
To be satisfied with my abilities but also by my imperfections that are revealed in my work.
~ “It is not okay to just start talking to people you don’t know. – The Onion” ~
You comfort zone is there for a reason, … so you can stay comfortable.
Yu Kawamura ( Japan )
~ “Olympics” ~
I hope the government shouldn’t waver about its decisions and stick to the first plan.
Isabelle Dunnett ( UK )
~ “Charcoal” ~
People who’s locks are too clean, would always be surprised when they are picked.
Tokie Takahashi ( Japan )
~ “Stay Cat” ~
Can you imagine what a change from a dirty thrown away cat, that has gradually regained her health is a lucky cat?
Yoko Kanai ( Japan )
~ “I Love to Read Detective Mystery” ~
I wonder why humans can’t build a nice country.
Fumiko Kodama ( Japan )
~ “A Volunteer for Natural Disaster Damage Control” ~
Like a pot-luk party, we bring our own food to learn about each other’s culture.
Hiroko Kajita ( Japan ) -Debut-
~ “Pakistan Medical Students” ~
The Pakistan government has decided to limit the number of female students for medical studies.
September 27th: Sunday
Open Reading: from 3:00 ~ 5:00P.M.
At Space Sakura in Shin-Sakae
Map to the venue: Click here.
(It is on the northeastern corner of the block facing a bigger street,
next to “Haruru” Cafe.)
Thanks for all the notices letting me know you will join.
Help to spread the word.