Nagoya Writes

April 16, 2011

April 2011 Open Reading Review

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes — show1miyamura @ 6:51 am

With a warm spring breeze in the air and cherry blossoms just starting
to leak out from their buds, we gathered at the Red Rock.  It was a potent
turnout of 7 Readers and a quality audience.

Readings:

Ernie Schaal ( USA )
Prose < Funeral of an Expat, Scene 3 >
Illiterate is a strong word. Let us say that she was not a computer
person.

Vash Bandy ( USA )
Prose < Kataomoi >
While you were dancing naked in my shower, I was cutting the heads
off of roses for you.
Prose < Random >
You didn’t mention on your profile that you are a penguin

Tom Bauerle ( USA )
Prose < Excerpts from Ghost Book: Seers >
I know it wasn’t a dream, it was real.
Prose < The tragedy of Tsu City >
Ghosts stalked the beach at night

Albert Sussler ( USA )
Prose <  After Shock >
Realizing the damaged to their daily lives will take longer to sink in.
Prose < The Coroner >
Little girl with a bag of food, never to be eaten, to heavy to run

Linda Donan ( USA )
Prose < Clarence and the Bus , Chapter 4 , Finding the Bus>
I was headed for the wrong Mexico.

Joe Sichi ( USA )
Poem <Goat Song >
Some loves are perfect, they either must or cannot last

James Cloke ( Canada ) debut
Poem < Beneath my Hands by Leonard Cohen>
Whenever you move I hear the sound of wings
Poem < Ego >
Sunshine reflects off my ego
_______
The Next Open Readings is scheduled for May 15th. from 3:30-5:30 P.M.
The location will be at The Red Rock, Sakae Nagoya.

There will be a charity concert at the Red Rock on May 8th. Details
are still emerging.
__________
Thank you all for your thoughts and sweat in bringing life to our Open
Readings.

Albert Sussler

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1 Comment »

  1. hey peeps

    I just moved to Nagoya for study and im really looking to get involved with the local writing groups. Could I please come to the next meeting and do you know of any others. I mostly write poetry 🙂

    James

    Comment by James Butler — April 23, 2011 @ 1:30 am | Reply


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