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“Nada y pues nada, Hemingway says”—Writopia Teens Rock the Library

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2008

We thought we were impressed when the students from the Writopia writing program sent in their six-word memoirs. They were sensitive, thoughtful, and clever. Some were mega-meta, spanning Hemingway to high school and back again. But that was nothing compared to the talent and poise these kids exude in person.
Reading at the beautiful Jefferson [...]

“Despair is a funny, beautiful thing” — Six-Word Memoirs from the Amazing Kids at Writopia

Wednesday, October 1st, 2008

Across the world, students, teachers, churches, and nonprofits organizations with names like the Hypoparathyroidism Association (devoted to helping folks with a rare medical disorder) have used the six-word memoir to inspire, encourage, and even help heal. We love hearing how six-word memoirs find their way into lives and organizations.
We just heard from the [...]

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