Nagoya Writes

April 6, 2014

February Review

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes — show1miyamura @ 10:05 am

February 2014 Open Reading Review

This year has been a slow start. Three and then two attendees for the last two Open Readings.
I was looking forward to a good turn out this time, with a half dozen notifications of people
planning to attend.  Yet it ended up being I and Brett. The time was well spent giving useful
suggestions for improving our writing.  Getting a different view point makes all the difference.
I wish more would take advantage of these Open Readings. It is a vicious circle, when few attend
then few want to attend.

I need to know, when you are planning to attend and when your plans change and can’t come.
Nagoya Writes is a community of creativity and needs your active support. I am happy to hear
from so many concerning March. At this point  seven have notified me they will be attending.
Pura Vida to Nagoya Writes.

Brett Hack ( USA )

prose    ~ Grocery Romance Acclamation ~
The sounds come out on their own, exuded like gas passing out of the mouth, a function without meaning.

Albert Sussler ( USA )

prose     ~ Road to Sendai~.
The mural sparkled in the light like the day I had taken it out of the kiln, for the power of ceramics does not fade with time.

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Coming up:
March 23rd: Sunday
Open Reading: from 3:00 ~ 5:00 P.M.
At the Kameshima Community Center.

Map to the venue: Click here.

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The Nagoya Writes appreciates all writers, both professional or amateur. We all gain when each of us gains.

Wish you all the best for your much needed holiday and inspiration for works for next year.

Help to spread the word.
cheers

Albert Sussler

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