Nagoya Writes

June 10, 2009

State of the Nagoya Writers 2009

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes,Sussler — usbengoshi @ 12:34 pm

May 2009, now makes it two years since I began organizing the Nagoya Readings, since Sarah stepped down, so a few thoughts are due.

I am happy to help keep this Literary circle alive.
Exchanging our word creativity is one of man’s great pleasures. Up there with dance, eating and s…… singing. Sadly, I hear other ‘Reading’ groups in Japan are not doing well. Several have gone defunct. Ben’s Cafe in Takanobaba in Tokyo still exists but no longer features much original writing in English.

All your input is important to NWG.

  • Coming to our Readings,
  • Sharing poems and prose.
  • Encouraging new people to join.
  • Bringing new and exciting ways to keep expanding on.

Only with the effort of all of us, can we keep the Nagoya Writers group thriving. If it is not thriving, it is dying. This is not up to others but up to us.

Do share your thoughts, sweat and works. I and the rest of NWG need all the help we can get.

Reading Organizer
Albert

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