Nagoya Writes

March 29, 2015

March Review

Filed under: Open Reading Minutes — show1miyamura @ 5:51 pm

March 2015 Open Reading Review

Our new location has been good for the NW.  Each meeting veteran readers are
joined by new members, adding to our circle of literary exchange.  The ‘Space Sakura’,
gives us the quiet and warmth we need to make our afternoon.

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Tokie Takahashi ( Japan )

~ “The Setting Sun” ~  by Osamu Dazai
It made me puke just to hear the highfalutin language the idiot saw fit to use when
making a table speech…

Yu Kawamura ( Japan )

~ “Bahamut Lagoon” ~
It is sad to be an adult, for it means we lose old memories.

Alex McLaren ( UK )
Following are the drabbles he read:

~ “The Oldest Person” ~
It seems like a good sense of humor is why you may live a long time.

~ “What to do when your printer stops working” ~
Makes them seem almost life like.

~ “Reviewers” ~
Money will be less valued, fame more.

~ “Photos” ~
It helps me to see the world better.

Fumiko Kodama ( Japan )

~ “To Respect Others People’s Feelings” ~
Don’t tell me the word, I am not your student.

Ernest Schaal ( USA )

~ “The Escape”
All she had was a opportunity during chaos.

Akiko Ichihara ( Japan ) -Debut-

~ “Art Theory Tour” ~
What kind of sound does the musical instrument makes in the painting.

Albert Sussler – USA

~ “The Haitian Taxi Driver” ~
I could hear him breathe in, taking a few seconds as he eyed me in his rear view mirror,
till finally he responded, “there has been political troubles.”

Isabelle Dunnett ( UK )

~ “Faith and Grace” ~
Satan, sat among the world’s neutral things that he collected, like cake…

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Coming up:

April 19th: Sunday
Open Reading: from 3:00 ~ 5:00P.M.
At Space Sakura in Shin-Sakae

Map to the venue: Click here.
(It is on the northeastern corner of the block facing a bigger street,
next to “Haruru” Cafe.)

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Help to spread the word.

Albert

 

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