Memoirist of the Month—May 2015: Kitty Maguire

“I remember thinking that I’d never get so involved with a website; that I was here for the occasional post and comment only. But the community has become a regular part of my life. The comments, the backstories, the photos,

Memoirist of the Month—April 2015: Marty B.

“I use the Six Words app. I love having the site close when I can steal a minute away from work. What keeps me on this site is real people, real words, reality in just a few words.” Name: Marty B.

Memoirist of the Month—March 2015: Susan Breeden

“This site is extremely addictive. I’ll go through periods of posting several memoirs a day, followed by an extended creative drought. Yet, even when I’m not sixing or commenting, I’m never far away.” Name: Susan Breeden Place: Houston, Texas SMITH

Memoirist of the Month—February 2015: Maria Leopoldo

“I started out trying to conquer a writing phobia, and along the way, I’ve had some Sixes with featured backstories or chosen as Memoir of the Day. Now I have notebooks and pens placed strategically everywhere I go, because you

Memoirist of the Month—January 2015: Jonathan Sjørdal

“Six-Word Memoirs is a bit of a writer’s dream. Imagine giving would-be writers the opportunity to get published immediately, several times a day, and then to get feedback and encouragement immediately from several different sources. Add to that recognition in

Memoirist of the Month—December 2014: Sandra Raub

I love wordplay and especially enjoy the give and take of SMITH. I usually visit several times a day via the Six Words app. I read through new postings, comment or tag favorites and I always check on ADHDean’s “Random

Memoirist of the Month—November 2014: Kristopher Mallory

“I view almost every Six-Word Memoir as a potential seed or spore for future writing or discussion. They’re mini-memes, creatively constructed with the same poetic filtration as haikus. I like trying to compress a lot of info into sixes.” Name:

Memoirist of the Month—October 2014: Jayne McKenzie

“Writing well is hard work. The six-word format is such a perfect fit for me because of the brevity. Sure, there have been times when I’ve mulled over a six for a day or two—because there was a word that

Six-Word Tributes About Robin Williams

  There is no finer way to connect than through laughter and Robin Williams was a master at indulging this human delight. As people immediately reeled from the shock of his untimely death at age 63, reportedly a suicide, our