Nagoya Writes

August 6, 2008

March 2008 Open Reading

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes,Sussler — usbengoshi @ 8:44 pm

News Roundup of the Nagoya Writers Group.

The Open reading of March was a little sparse.

Three Readers

Albert Sussler read Tug-of- War: A short story of couching a neighborhood to almost fame.

Sarah Mulvey read Kabocha: one of her collections of stories of foreign women in Japan.

Paul Binford read Read from a book a literary magazines introduction. descriptions of big frogs in small ponds Leah, and Vick joined in for discussion of the works.

Other members were tied up in various states of spring fever.

For April’s Reading on April 20th, we will be moving to the RED ROCK in Sakae. Doors will open at 3:30 pm Readings will go from 4:00 to 6:00 pm Joe will provide a microphone. It is a much different site, with big potential

to get to the RED ROCK In Sakae, just south of the Chunichi Building, on the first small street east off Hisaya Dori. It is one the second floor with a Aussi Flag in the window.

for a map to the site: http://www.bar-and-restaurant.com/en/redrock.html

looking forward to seeing you all in four weeks with poem and prose. each of us are part of making this work. Albert

“Words without thoughts never to heaven go” Hamlet, Act iii, Sc.3 

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