Nagoya Writes

April 3, 2011

February 2011 Open Reading Review

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes — show1miyamura @ 4:55 pm

On one of winter’s short days, a dozen of us gathered at the Red Rock
to enjoy February’s, Nagoya Writes, 7 Open Readings.

Readings:

Mayumi Lennane, ( Japan )
Poem  <Love >
Flower pretty, like you.

Linda Donan ( USA )
Prose < Clarence and the Bus , 2nd Chapter, God Daddies>
Will I still be carrying a teddy bear when I am 21.

Tom Bauerle ( USA )
Prose < The Taste of Tiger >
Dying dumbly without passion or meaning.

Albert Sussler ( USA )
Prose <  Valentine Day >
To succeed with other children depends most on what words you choose
and how you use them.

Joe Sichi ( USA )
Prose < Snippets >
An explosion often provides a way out.

Shannon Coles ( Australia )
Proverbs >
There is nothing that is more unequal than equal treatment for
unequals.

Paul Binford ( USA )
Prose < You have olives? >
We only have one olive.

Albert Sussler

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