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Friday, March 09, 2007

Four Stories March 2007

The Four Stories Japan Winter '07 season will conclude in Osaka on Sunday, March 18, with "STRIKING OUT: Stories of failure, desperation, and loss."

FEATURING prose readings from:

Jerry Gordon, co-founder of Reading Words Osaka; author of Language Unfitting, Armageddon's Garden, Fully Formed Failure (CD) and, most recently, Milagro and You; and producer of the spoken-word CD Kansai Poets Vol. 1

Suzanne Kamata, editor of anthology The Broken Bridge and the journal Yomimono; author of River of Dolls and the forthcoming novel Losing Kei; and writer of fiction and nonfiction appearing in Utne Reader, Kyoto Journal, and more

Chris Page, editor of Kansai Scene; author of the novel Weed; and writer of short stories and articles in The London Magazine, The London News Review, and more

Holly Thompson, professor of creative writing at Yokohama City University; Regional Advisor of the Tokyo chapter of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators; and author of the novel Ash and articles and short stories from Wingspan, The Broken Bridge, and more

Sunday, March 18, 2007

6-8:30pm (venue opens at 5; readings start @ 6)
Portugalia bar and grill
Nishi-Tenma 4-12-11, Umeda, Osaka
06-6362-6668

ADMITTANCE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Warmest regards,

Tracy Slater
Founder, Four Stories Boston & Four Stories Japan
www.fourstories.org

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