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To the point

Posted by Dani Capalbo  January 29, 2009 04:46 PM

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Six words can say so much. Even about love: a big deal.

Clearly, this lowly blogger has a way to go before earning a black-belt in brevity
from Larry Smith and Rachel Fershleiser, the founders of the Six-Word Memoirs blog. But that's OK – they've already accrued enough pithy, often profound, proclamations
of the heart to publish a whole book.

They'll be at the Brookline Booksmith on Feb. 4 to promote and discuss their laconic labor of love, "Six-Word Memoirs on Love and Loss." Contributions come from authors like Elizabeth Gilbert to ordinary folks with a touch for the terse. But don't let size fool you: These tiny sentences pack an enormous punch.

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