Nagoya Writes

February 6, 2009

Jan. 2009 Open Reading

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes,Sussler — usbengoshi @ 4:42 pm

Dear Nagoya Writers.

I really enjoyed this months evening or Readings of the Nagoya Writers.

  • A good crowd.
  • A good mix of old and new readers.
  • A good mix of themes and styles.

The Readers: Marina; Thoughts of Sorts ( Cuba 2003 ) everything is relative , Ying and Yang.

I tried to write …

Ernie; The Train Ride. the type of rain that makes the afternoon pitch black.

Sarah; Taking Root. the ink is dry, and the lemon tree is planted. students forever young, time stands still.

Shoichi; The Other Side I never scene such a strange old man

Kris; He had promised to kill me, He’d murder me gloriously I would look forward to that,

Joe; Well Pablo, The saddest lines have already been written, you have mused with eyes of burnt chocolate. Chikusa Station. though no terminus it is home to me. 

Albert. Lessons from my cat Japanese baths keeps the water clean for cat lapping

Brian; The sculpture You can’t break all the rules or people will think you are crazy people who get out of their comfort zone are the ones who improve.

Mick; Alice in black and White. The particular shade of green or blue which gazed back on him.

Mandy and Hiroko added cheer.

I look forward to hearing more in our future reading. Ernie’s filming of the Readings I find quite helpful in feedback in presentation. Why only seven viewers on my video? as I have watch at least twenty times. ( just joking )

The next reading will be on Sunday, February 22. Same time same place. The Red Rock from 4-6 p.m.


thank you all for your effort in making the evening a moment to remember.



1 Comment »

  1. Just passing by.Btw, you website have great content!

    Comment by Mike — March 1, 2009 @ 3:48 pm | Reply

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