Nagoya Writes

October 6, 2013

September Review

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes — show1miyamura @ 6:29 pm

September 2013

Two days before we were notified that Mondo’s would not be open.
A handful of us met in The Concrete Cafe near by.  A big  enough place
with some background chat for our Open Readings.

Readings:

Ernie Schaal ( USA )
prose   ~ Funeral ~
Temples don’t have torii except when they do.

David Tooley ( USA )
poem       ~ Oblivion ~
I walked on top of you like you were nothing.
poem     ~ Silent Frontier ~
Tedium until cold chill winter.
poem      ~ Pine Forest ~
Needles bleed sap?

Brett Hack ( USA )
prose   ~Allie’s Eyes ~
They stay in the kiss for a dozen seconds, her lips pushing hard,
her warm tongue slid snugly over his. Then she breaks away, her
face looks angry or desperate.

Albert Sussler ( USA )
essay    ~ Narcissistic Personality Disorder ~
I felt like walking on eggs, and I didn’t want to trigger a confrontation
dealing with a prickly narcissist,
proverb      ~ Mika bosu
After three days one quits on finding the life of a monk is far more
severe then had been thought.

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Coming up:
October 27th:
Open Reading: from 3:00 ~ 5:00P.M.
At the Kameshima Community Center.

The Nagoya Writes will be changing location to the
Kameshima Community Center this October and if
the next Open Reading works out this will be our new location.

Click here to see the map in a new window.

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To cover the cost for the venue we decided at the end of the Open Reading on 400 yen / person.

Help to spread the word.
Albert Sussler

quote: Change your opinions, keep to your principles; change your leaves, keep intact your roots.~
Victor Hugo

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