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This Week! SMITH Magazine’s Annual Love & Heartbreak Story Show

Tuesday, February 12th, 2013

“Married by Elvis. Divorced by Friday.”
“Silently suffered his facial hair experiments.”
“Hired me. Fired me. Married me.”
“Someone should have objected at my wedding.”
“Much married; fourth time is charmed.”

On February 14, SMITH Magazine and the teen writing community Figment present “It’s Like My Heart Has Sciatica,” our annual Love and Heartbreak story show at NYC’s amazing [...]

“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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