"They may be short, but these six-word memoirs are powerful reflections"
"Like traditional Japanese poetry, the new pop-culture haiku says a lot with few words."
“Makes for compulsive reading and prove arguably as insightful as any 300+ page biography."
“The brilliance is in the brevity.”
New York Post
"A fabulously appealing exercise both for writers and for readers."
“So Romantic. And So Brief.”
"Six-Word Memoirs have been lodged in the literary firmament"
Los Angeles Times
“You could spend a lifetime brainstorming.”
The New Yorker
“Will thrill minimalists and inspire maximalists.”
“Larry Smith is on a quest to spark the creativity of aspiring writers.”