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Who were you at age 11?

by lillybrook on April 17, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


My memoir students are reading David Small's Stitches right now, and we had the most engaging conversation about the chapter "I was Eleven" today. It made me think of the SMITH community and how much I'd love to meet your 11 year old selves.

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