About the Author

SMITH Magazine
Blurbarian Since October 2009
Business Name SMITH Magazine
Business Web Site smithmag.net & smithteens.com
Location New York, NY
About My Business SMITH Magazine (smithmag.net) and SMITH Teens (smithteens.com) are the homes of the Six-Word Memoir® project, a bestselling five-book series, board game, calendar, live event series, and global phenomenon.

SMITH founder, Larry Smith, has spoken on the power of personal storytelling, how to engage an audience, and the way he made a simple idea spread quickly at PopTech, the AARP 50+ Convention, and the GEL Conference. His presentation at the 2011 SXSW Interactive Festival, “How to Create an Internet Phenomenon for Peanuts,” was called “Most Inspirational” by KQED Radio. He’s spoken and led workshops at companies such as ESPN, Dell, Shutterfly, Morgan Stanley, Google, as well as at foundations, nonprofits, and schools across the country.

For more on Larry Smith's speaking and "Six@Work" team building program, visit http://smithmag.net/larrysmith.
Areas of Expertise Community
Audience engagement
Team Building
Social Media

Books by this author

Things I Don't Mind The World Knowing

Spoiler alert: I'm thinking my next book will be about...
"Six-Word Quotations & Images by Writers, Artists, Celebs, and others" ... created by the SMITH Magazine (smithmag.net) community, which I hope many Blurb members join and contribute to.
Everyone needs to know about these authors and artists...
Harvey Pekar, Ira Glass, Dave Eggers, Stephen Elliott, Rebecca Woolf, Lauren Redniss. Jonathan Coulton.
This book is addictive. Read it. (At your own risk.)
I'm biased, but many others have said our first book from SMITH Mag is exactly that: addictive---
"Not Quite What I Was Planning: Six-Word Memoirs by Writers Famous & Obscure"

I just finished two other great books:
- "Zeitoun," by Dave Eggers
- "That Old Cape Magic," by Richard Russo