Nagoya Writes

August 7, 2008

April 2008 Open Reading

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes,Sussler — usbengoshi @ 1:33 pm

 

Open Reading April 2008

Open Reading April 2008

 The April Reading was great. Personally I thought it was the best collection of work this year.

We had nine readers

Brian Herschler The World’s Fate to Bear ‘a worm hole for a book worm’

Ernie Schaal Unforgiving Christmas ‘The act of lying is a stressful activity’

Joe Sichi Contiguity ‘I am preparing for the moment of death, not death’

Tom Bauerle Some short stories from his ghost story collection. Telling a ghost … I am too tired to play…

Paul Binford The Shade makers ‘The fork lift was like a praying mantis in a museum’

Albert Sussler Drawn in the sea of a dream Deguchi and the Pope ‘How can one drawn in a sea of a dream’

Maiko Sakata Coffee Watashi Tawashi

Linda Donan Untitled (The meaning of being a pancake) ‘The end is easier with hate’

Sarah Mulvey Leaving Maybelley ‘Arm candy is something nice to look at’

The winner of the April Writers Cup went to Sarah with her Louisiana accented reminisce of a beauty queen’s move to Japan runner ups were Linda and Joe.

The next reading will be on Sunday May 25th so far 3 votes for Misfits and 0 for Red Rock I will leave the vote open till Friday.

thanks all for a great Reading

Albert

quote The discipline of writing something down is the first step toward making it happen. – Lee Iacocca

 

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