Smith Magazine’s Six-word Memoir Project (as heard on NPR)…and now…Story Circle Network Podcast
Six-word memoir was hot this year. And, it's fun as well.
Some time back I phoned in my 6-word memoir:
and my 6-word description of "Sightlines: A Poet's Diary"
A downhome family
lovestory beyond death.
for the May Story Circle Network Podcast. Frankly, I'd forgotten all about it. Then, this morning on the Independent Authors Guild listserve, Bobbi Chukran mentioned hearing my voice on the podcast, so I went to check it out, never having heard the podcast before.
My short portion of the May SCN podcast--my own 6-word biography and how it can be applied to book marketing--can be heard towards the end...along with other listener contributions from SCN Internet Chapter e-circle members who responded via the Listener Line as I did.
The main podcast on memoir is also excellent, and I encourage you to enjoy that as well.
Here's the description:
Author Linda Wisniewski talks about her recently published memoir, "Off Kilter: A Woman's Journey to peace with scoliosis, her mother, and her Polish heritage." Linda tells us about her experience with writing as healing, and she gives us some great tips on how to pursue
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