A tumble of Six-Word Memoirs, in words and images (and occasionally dance and song), from SMITH Magazine's Six-Word Memoir project (sixwordmemoirs.com) and elsewhere around the web and around the world. Head to http://sixwordmemoirs.com to submit yours—and you could be published in a future book.
Ten-year-old Julia illustrated her six-word memoir, “When the going gets tough, sing!” Students of all ages can submit to SMITH Magazine’s eighth Six-Word Memoir book. Find out how you can submit yours here http://bit.ly/sixwithted
“Abstinence makes Yong a dull boy.” There’s more than one six-word memoir in this illustration by Shin Yong. Illustrate your memoir and submit it to SMITH’s Magazine’s forthcoming book by art students of all ages. Interested in submitting? Check out the details here http://bit.ly/sixwithted
Here’s an illustrated six-word memoir with a Jewish twist. “Birth bris bed bath and beyond,” from Barry Blitt. Add your own personal flavor to your story and illustrate it to be in SMITH Magazine’s next e-book. Find out more http://bit.ly/sixwithted
“Alone at last, he waved again.” Yael Levy uses this landscape drawing to illustrate her six-word memoir. Illustrate yours now and submit it to be published in SMITH Magazine’s next book, an e-book of student illustrated six-worders. Get all of the details here http://bit.ly/sixwithted
What is your number one fear? Benjamin Moody’s is an octopus. And he’s illustrated his memoir about octopus phobia and submitted it to SMITH Magazine’s latest contest. Illustrate your greatest fear and submit it to be published. Find out more: http://bit.ly/sixwithted
Check out Slim Lopez’s illustrated six-word memoir: “20 hours. I have no regrets.” Share this one, or create your own for SMITH’s new e-book, Things Don’t Have to be Complicated. Find out more here http://bitly.com/sixwithted
“Lost myself in my own labyrinth.” High school student Min Ji Kim used graphic design to illustrate her six-word memoir. SMITH’s forthcoming book of illustrated student six-worders will include illustrated memoirs like Min’s. Find out more about the book and submit yours athttp://bit.ly/sixwithted