LAST CALL: Tell Us Your LGBT Six-Word Memoir
A month ago, we introduced you to our Six-Word Memoir Project, an opportunity for Philly LGBTers to tell their queer-life stories in six words and to have it published in the fall issue of G Philly. You can’t imagine the fun we’ve had reading the entries, which run the gamut from hilarious (“Zefron is looking fine tonight. Wait.”) to downright intriguing (“Life lesson: Never date gay magicians”), but a looming deadline is forcing us to pull the plug on new entries — almost.
Today is the last day to submit your mini-bio. If you don’t know, the gist is to tell us about your life in six words. It can be something to sum up your whole experience as a gay person, or describe a blip on the crazy timeline you call life.
To get it in, type your six words in the comment section below by midnight tonight, or email it to me at [email protected]. Our favorite entries will be published in the upcoming fall issue, and six authors will be chosen to read and share the stories behind their memoirs at a special story slam in October.[email protected].