Nagoya Writes

June 9, 2009

Mar. 2009 Open Reading

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes,Sussler — usbengoshi @ 10:20 am
The March Reading was held in the Noritake – no – Mori Gallery in
Conjunction with the Exhibition Power of Symbols of Joe Sichi, Francis Marie and Ulrich Moehwald and Albert Sussler
The readings were a good mix of seven short and long pieces, tearful and laughter.
Richard Russell – the opening chapter of his book Diary Entries about an English teacher going to Saudi Arabia to teach: ‘going to the nearest coffee shop, hoping it was not Starbucks.’
Marina Mia – two poems she dusted off with a blue brush
Defeat: ‘tears flowed from a rejected heart.’
Age: ‘Can you love me … for who I will be’
Sarah Mulvey –
All the Kings Horses: The opening of a story about a foreign mother raising her son in Japan. ‘When I watch them, the two of them the two together, I
feel like an outsider.’
Albert Sussler –
Crossing the Bay About crossing the bay to breaking barriers: ‘By having only my brushes to talk with I found what I was looking for’
Joe Sichi – A Celebration of Anger. Two poems.
The library is closed on Sunday: ‘Rivers snap trees is their statement.’
Silence: ‘Silence is only us temporarily.’
Ernest Schaal –
The Lover of Cats. A short story
‘I decided to leave Robert because of the cat.’
‘Taihen Sounds sincere.’
Shoichi Miyamura –
The hill by the Sea a poem about a lost friend.:’I only think about what needs to be thinking and forget the rest’
Thanks so much for all your efforts and great work.Look forward to hearing you at our next reading on the 26th of April
till thenkeep writing
Albert

The March Reading was held in the Noritake – no – Mori Gallery in conjunction with the Exhibition Power of Symbols of Joe Sichi, Francis Marie and Ulrich Moehwald and Albert Sussler.

The readings were a good mix of seven short and long pieces, tearful and laughter.

Richard Russell – the opening chapter of his book Diary Entries about an English teacher going to Saudi Arabia to teach: ‘going to the nearest coffee shop, hoping it was not Starbucks.’

Marina Mia – two poems she dusted off with a blue brush

Sarah Mulvey –

The title of or a quote from her story is not shown here on the author’s request.

Albert Sussler

Crossing the Bay About crossing the bay to breaking barriers: ‘By having only my brushes to talk with I found what I was looking for’
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyD7lK_PeBU

Joe Sichi – A Celebration of Anger. Two poems.

Ernest Schaal –

The Lover of Cats. A short story

  • ‘I decided to leave Robert because of the cat.’
  • ‘Taihen Sounds sincere.’

Shoichi Miyamura

The hill by the Sea a poem about a lost friend.:’I only think about what needs to be thinking and forget the rest’

Thanks so much for all your efforts and great work.Look forward to hearing you at our next reading on the 26th of April

till thenkeep writing

Albert

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