This is me with Larry Smith, creator of the Six-Word Memoir Project, and Piper Kerman, author of Orange is the New Black after our Q&A at Camp Mighty. I took this with a professional photographer three feet away…
Photo by JetKat Photo.
Because apparently I am a fourteen year old girl? Still, I’m glad we took the top photo. There’s something happy about stretching your arms out and everyone pushing into the frame.
We’ll have video soon, but Larry suggested we do a Six Word Memoir slam at the end of the talk. This made me nervous, as all open-mic situations do, but it was great.
Here’s one of Larry’s memoirs:
And a few more of my favorites:
This last one is Bridget Eding, and I think it refers to the Japanese practice of Kintsugi, the practice of repairing broken pottery with gold so the veins show. Lovely.
5 thoughts on “Camp Mighty, How the Light Gets In”
i forgot to add mine to the tree:
“extroverted introvert shows up and hides.”
ha, Victoria!! I felt your vibe, and didn’t force self to introduce self 🙂
also, I too realized I forgot to add mine to the tree:
Not a mom. Neither is Oprah.
Just don’t tell my mom about the facebook thing.
Hi there Maggie –
Yes, I was referring to Kintsugi! Thanks for another great year of camp!
Forgot to put mine up too!!!
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