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Guest Post: Six Slammin’ in Mankato, MN

Sunday, May 18th, 2008

At the Six-Word Memoir event May 14 in Mankato, Minnesota, four of us contributors sat at a table telling our stories to the audience, all the while a guy with a fancy professional camera snapped pictures from every angle.

I didn’t know this man. I’ve lived in this town for 14 years, and having worked at [...]

Above and Beyond: A Six-Word Memoir AND a Haiku

Monday, April 28th, 2008

This arrived by email from contributor (and my new hero) C.C. “Lived like no tomorrow; tomorrow came” Keiser. Count it as many times as you like—six words, 5-7-5 syllables. Pure genius:
however belatedly,
accepted at last!

Six Words from Schools

Thursday, April 3rd, 2008

The most exciting part of this whole crazy ride has been hearing back from you guys about how you like to six. We’ve heard about everything from eulogies to spinning classes. A big theme has been using the six-word concept in schools—literally from kindergarten to grad school. Here are some great student sixers:
Contributor Pam Vissing’s [...]

“Many Hands Have Kept Us Afloat”

Sunday, February 17th, 2008

As the six-love spreads, cool things keep coming back at us from the community. We’re thrilled, inspired, and grateful, and figured we’d share a few. Here’s a blogger who created a cartoon image celebrating her girlfriend’s inclusion in the book (on the right; amazing, huh?). Here, a new six-word memoir video highlighting one family’s short, [...]

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