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“Mom’s a puzzle. Little Pieces Everywhere”—Six-Word MOMoirs

Friday, May 6th, 2011

Fired therapist, one mother is enough. Sometimes mom needs a timeout. Mommy’s boobies no longer daddy’s boobies. Mom’s big Get Even: my kids. Mom is transgender. Hey new dad! In meeting. Binky in suit pocket. I’m pregnant. I’m not a buddha. A sake mom, not soccer [...]

“Most successful relationship: Morning coffee vendor,” or Six Words on NYC at the 92nd Street Y

Monday, January 25th, 2010

When it comes to New York literary venues, the 92nd Street Y is pretty much as good as it gets. Larry and I took the stage last night, and generations of relatives living and dead plotzed up and down the east coast. We were joined by the hilarious novelist Amy Sohn, fearless self-experimenter A.J. Jacobs, [...]

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