Can you sum up your life in exactly six words? Try it, and then enter your “story” in the Nashua Public Library’s 6-Word Memoir Contest. The winner receives a selection of gift cards for eateries in Downtown Nashua, worth $50!
Entries will be judged by Mary Johnson, author of the memoir “An Unquenchable Thirst”; Susan Rourke, head of the Nashua High South English Department; and Lisa Allen, literature instructor at Southern New Hampshire University and vice president of the Friends of the Nashua Public Library.
The winner will be chosen based on clarity, originality, cleverness, and style. Entries must be six words in length—no more, no less. The deadline for entries is April 1, and the winner will be announced on April 18.