Nagoya Writes

August 28, 2013

July Review

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes — show1miyamura @ 8:29 pm

July 2013

It was great to see such a healthy turnout at the last meeting! The readings ran well into the late afternoon,

with many different forms and styles represented. It was very inspiring to hear so many polished, high-quality pieces!

I hope to see you next month!

-Rachel

Readings:

Paul Binford

Moses and the Dinosaur

“She learned to just ask, never mind the layers of sensitivity that people can wrap themselves in.”

Leah Ann Sullivan

Read a story about a person who recently passed away and a related English haiku.

Shoichi Miyamura

China Pot

“…nevertheless, it enjoyed it’s spacewalk…liberated from gravity…”

Signals

“…rather, it’s the reality I’ve been made to drink these days…”

Voice Recorder

“…before falling into crevices of unconsciousness…”

Round Backs

“…with no voices to break their quietness…”

Ernie Schaal

The Wake

“Whenever I talk with God, I tend to ramble.”

Sarah Mulvey

Read an interesting story about legs.

Rachel Deitch

Coker Field

“..which rocks will be ground into dust, which unlucky flower will crumple and then try desperately to stretch back into shape.”

Brian Cullen

Embarrassing Mistakes at Japanese Hot Springs by Greg Goodmacher

“My worst mistake, though, only happened once, and I pray that it never happens again. The following is my foolish tale of woe,

told in the hope that it can spare some other silly man the same shame.”

Please visit here for the whole story.

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Coming up:
Sunday, August 18th
Open Reading: 3:30 P.M.

At Mondo Books in Kamimaezu
Site: a used bookstore and lounge, on the second story
building next to the Bank of Nagoya just two blocks east from Kamimaezu
station gate 3
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Thanks to the staff of Mondo for your support.
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