Nagoya Writes

October 17, 2014

September Review

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes — show1miyamura @ 7:17 am

September 2014 Open Reading Review

The Readings continue to be well attended with insightful work to our circle of writers.

Iain Maloney ( Scotland )

~ First Time Solo ~ ( a novel just out in print )
We were pulling out of Edinburgh when Joe burst in, an explosion of swearing, I hoped would keep going into the next carriage.

Shoichi Miyamura ( Japan )
~ Fist ~
Give up fortune and family to go for an endless walk.

Yu Kawamura( Japan )
~ Animation ~
Many animation songs make children cheerful.

Albert Sussler ( USA )
~ Coda ~  by Richard Rauh
I think she is having an affair with emptiness.
~ Knowing Japan ~
A Japanese word made up from English: Skinship.

Koji Yamawaki ( Japan )  – Debut-
~ Tanemaki Gonbe ~
He killed but was in turn poisoned by the the snake.

Linda Donan ( USA )
~ Misunderstandings and Mistakes ~
He saw shinning in the dark Santa Muerte on my chest.
~ Walt Witman ~
Stand up for the stupid and crazy.

Hidemi Ohba ( Japan )
~ Tsunohazu nite ~  by Jiro Asada
I’m not smart because I am a child of yours.

Tammy Stone ( Canada )
~ Lao Jesus ~
He can walk, and do Tai Chi, and stretch every way possible, and with his crutches he can fly.

Ernest Schaal ( USA )
~ Living Abroad ~
Both the supply and demand for ex-pat lawyers is small.


Coming up:

October 19th: Sunday
Open Reading: from 3:00 ~ 5:00P.M.
At the Y. Market Brewing Kitchen

Map to the venue: Click here.

(Kameshima Community Center is unavailable this month.)

Help to spread the word.




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