Editors’ Blog

Our 2013 Calendars Are In!

Monday, December 31st, 2012

By Larry Smith


We have not one but two SMITH calendars that can adore your desk and wall in literary style in 2013. From SMITH Magazine and Sellers Publishing comes the Six-Word Memoir® daily calendar. Each day, you’ll get a surprising, inspiring, provocative, profound, serious, or sometimes just silly look into someone’s life, and then have a chance to write down your own Six-Word Memoir for the day. Find it on Amazon or, better yet, ask your local bookstore if they carry it.

And here’s a calendar that I wasn’t quite planning on but could not be more excited about: the first-ever “Very Six-y Ladies of SMITH Mag” calendar. Each month features a photograph of one of our amazing ladies —Believe, Canadafreeze, Sisterpoet, and more—as they offer us a glimpse of their lives. Like the best parts of SMITH, the Six-y Ladies calendar sprung from the community when Wench put out a call for calendar girls with this Six-Word Question. You can find it on Shutterfly*—it’s a truly beautiful thing from a truly beautiful community.

*SMITH Magazine makes no money from the Six-Y Ladies calendar; and not much from the memoir-a-day version.

4 responses

  1. bevvie says:

    Excuse me, Liz Crowder!!!!

  2. Liz says:

    Haha, why thank you! ;)

  3. Wench says:

    Thanks to all the awesome ladies who sent in pictures for the Sixy Ladies calendar! It was a lot of fun to put together. =)

  4. Beth Carter says:

    Oh, wow. I didn’t know about the Sixy Ladies Calendar but am thrilled to be in the 2013 Six-Word Memoir Calendar.

    IF you do the Sixy Ladies next year, please let me know!!!

    Happy 2013, everyone.

    Beth Carter

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