Nagoya Writes

November 16, 2014

October Review

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes — show1miyamura @ 8:13 am

October 2014 Open Reading Review

The setting for our Open Reading was held at a Micro Brewery, were we reserved a corner table.
With location brews on hand and only a handful of readers it was more of a reading – discussion session.
With us getting to know some of the influences behind the writings.

Albert Sussler ( USA )

~ What God was this? ~
Gun grasping folk shouting ‘not over my dead body’.
~ Ebola Denied ~
Universal Healthcare is to protect us all.
~ Frobel the founder of Kindergartens ~
Before kindergartens were conceived of, parents often tied their children in swaddling clothes
and literally hung them in trees while they worked in the fields.

Brett Hack ( USA )
~ Translation of Wataru Watari’s ~
My Youth Romantic comedy is wrong as I Expected.
It is possible to find pleasure in sadness too.
~ Yukino Hachiman ~
This is my first time to speak to a negative thinking idealist.

Stephen Dunn ( UK )
~ (A Ghost Story) ~
His mother tired to connect with any male who came into her vicinity.

Tammy Stone ( Canada )
~ Something about the Moon ~
I’m dead in the dream, then I realized I felt so bazaar because I was alive and not dead.
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Coming up:

November 30th: Sunday
Open Reading: from 3:00 ~ 5:00P.M.
At Kamejima Community Center

Map to the venue: Click here.
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Help to spread the word.

Albert

 

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