multivocal memoir: #sixwordwar, from Kickstarter project to Twitter narrative

11 Aug

[View the story “six word war” on Storify]


The original Kickstarter inspired hope that this could really be a great project, a multivocal memoir, something hard and beautiful.  They are almost to their goal (they still need to raise 1200 or so — please help them kick it past the finish line).

And then veterans started writing their six word wars at Twitter last Wednesday (August 7). And we decided to Storify it.

Read them all. We will try to update at least once a day until/if the hashtag slows down.

You can also visit+bookmark the Six Word War official site — wonderful work.

One Response to “multivocal memoir: #sixwordwar, from Kickstarter project to Twitter narrative”

  1. pea river journal August 11, 2013 at 05:10 #

    We just updated for the last time tonight (1 a.m.). Will refresh tweets again in 8 or 9 hours.

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