Nagoya Writes

June 9, 2009

Apr. 2009 Open Reading

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes,Sussler — usbengoshi @ 10:44 am
The April Nagoya’s Reading took place at the Red Rock in Sakae featuring the works of six readers of which three read for the first time.
Albert Sussler –
A Sparrow’s Last Stand: a metronome set for high speed presto
The Meaning of Letters: O is the eye, the observer
Environmental Learning Curve ( Plastic ): floating Texas size islands of scum
Global Warming, (how far will it reach ): It is not the first time it has happened to our earth, it is the fifth… You think we learn.
Hormones, Messengers of the Mind: Nothing is better than a dopamine fix
Joe Sichi –
a two part interview dialog titled ‘A Cap on Life’: Keep my wife out of it.
Steve Pottinger –
Read from the Dumb Waiter ( a play that will be performed at the Red Rock on May 16th and 17th ) Meal and show 1:00 and 5:00. price: ¥ 3000: You don’t look so bright
Miguel Esquivel –
Real Women’s feet
( a take on Cinderella )
-Once upon a time I had a husband who loved me
-No one says what happens after ‘ happy ever after’
Mayumi Lennane  –
White Butterfly: friends rustling, colorful birds
Richard Russell –
The Guinea Pig: -We buried Curly with full honours in a flower bed near the apple tree and dug him up a few days later to see what he looked like.

The April Nagoya’s Reading took place at the Red Rock in Sakae featuring the works of six readers of which three read for the first time.

Albert Sussler

  • A Sparrow’s Last Stand: a metronome set for high speed presto
  • The Meaning of Letters: O is the eye, the observer
  • Environmental Learning Curve ( Plastic ): floating Texas size islands of scum
  • Global Warming, (how far will it reach ): It is not the first time it has happened to our earth, it is the fifth… You think we learn.
  • Hormones, Messengers of the Mind: Nothing is better than a dopamine fix

Joe Sichi – a two part interview dialog titled ‘A Cap on Life’: Keep my wife out of it.

Steve Pottinger – Read from the Dumb Waiter ( a play that will be performed at the Red Rock on May 16th and 17th ) Meal and show 1:00 and 5:00. price: ¥ 3000: You don’t look so bright

Miguel Esquivel – Real Women’s feet ( a take on Cinderella )

  • Once upon a time I had a husband who loved me
  • No one says what happens after ‘ happy ever after’

Mayumi Lennane – White Butterfly: friends rustling, colorful birds

Richard Russell – The Guinea Pig: We buried Curly with full honours in a flower bed near the apple tree and dug him up a few days later to see what he looked like.

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