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Molly Schulman Hid Your Shoes

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Smith Magazine is at it again with their six-word memoir story slam on love & heartbreak at 92YTribeca this Monday, February 14.

Looking to give away two tickets the event, GalleyCat solicited six-word memoirs from their Facebook fans, choosing one lucky winner to read the selected work on stage with the rest of the scheduled guests. Read all the submission on GalleyCat’s Facebook page. The winning entry? “Hid your shoes. You left anyway,” came from Molly Schulman.

Join Schulman and Deborah Copaken Kogan, Elizabeth Wurtzel, Baratunde Thurston, Darin Strauss, Rachel Sklar, Michele Carlo, Sara Barron, Kimberly Kaye and Michael Hearst, who will be turning the six-word memoirs into song this Monday at 92YTribeca. Tickets are available here.

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