April 2016 Open Reading Review
The Nagoya Writes goes back several decades. A literary, English speaking circle, that give writers a chance to express their work in a supportive surrounding. It has waxed and waned in its many years. Some come often for a period of time, then move on. New voices join with new views and styles. The Nagoya Writes flexes with the times. Last year was a good run. Often with a full room of writers joining in. This year, there is change with some key members having moved on. I hope we can wax once again. I have talked with new arrivals and look forward to their contributions. If you have not attended for a long time or feel shy about joining a new group, I encourage you to join in. We need your efforts, your writings and your voices to make the Nagoya Writes vibrant.
Albert Sussler ( USA )
~ “The Mirror” ~
Momotaro… is not a story of friendship, its a story about a rich warrior bribing
a poor dog, monkey and pheasant with food to fight for him.
~ “Yojijukugo” ~
Best apology, change behavior.
Shoichi Miyamura ( Japan )
~ “Things I usually do” ~
Not to be able to remember the nam of an important person, though I can
remember trifling matters about the person.
May 22nd: 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.)
Help to spread the word.