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Monday, May 23, 2011
Deborah Copaken Kogan’s: “Hospital Bound, Contractions Fierce, Taxi Stolen”

Smith Magazine presented another Six-Word Memoir project last week at 92YTribeca, this one about mothers and daughters, fathers and sons.

Above is video of Deborah Copaken Kogan, author of Shutterbabe, Between Here and April and Hell Is Other Parents, performing her six word memoir, “Hospital bound, contractions fierce, taxi stolen.”

Check out Smith Magazine’s YouTube channel for more video from the evening featuring Joe Lockhart, former press secretary for President Clinton.

Next up at 92YTribeca Comedy is Comedy Below Canal™ this Thursday with Calise Hawkins, Dan Goodman, Chris Rozzi, Joe DeVito and more!

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