Nagoya Writes

August 9, 2014

July Review

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes — show1miyamura @ 10:29 am

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July 2014 Open Reading Review

There was a good turnout this month – 9 participants, with 7 readers.

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Isabelle Dunnett ( UK )
~ A Frozen Track ~
Gates are just beautiful, no matter the aesthetic value.

Tammy Stone ( Canada )
~ Untitled 1 ~
But my sister ate too many chips n’ dip and she threw up mayonnaise so we had to go home early.

Yi Jihyun ( South Korea )
~ Petty Frustration ~
I told her there was no doggy doo in France. She seemed disappointed.

Brett Hack ( USA )
~ From “Grocery Store Romance Amalgamation” ~
…two enormous cumulous clouds converging from either end. Their facing edges separate into
five tendrils apiece, which coagulate, define, and then two great white hands interlock their
fingers and pull down, scooping up the whole scene and drawing it close to the breast.

Stephen Dunn ( UK )
~ Ghost-Sensei ~
I believe that Jeffrey-sensei is an intelligent man. He must be, because he comes from England,
and Oxford is in England.

Hidemi Ohba ( Japan )
~ Kumano Fireworks ~
I was so surprised to see people sleeping on the floor of AEON.

John Vidler ( Australia )
~ Revelers on Sumida River ~
I watch as they drift further along
Slowly slipping into the past

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Thanks to everyone who joined.

The idea of reviving the writing workshop was also brought up. If anyone is interested or has
any ideas about organizing, please bring them to the next meeting.

Brett

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Coming up:

August 31st: Sunday
Open Reading: from 3:00 ~ 5:00P.M.
At the Kameshima Community Center.

Map to the venue: Click here.

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