May 11, 2013 — The Forward recently asked readers to submit six-word memoirs about their Jewish mothers. Editor-In-Chief Jane Eisner shares some of her favorites, including, "Strong, independent rethinker of tuna casserole." How would you describe your mother in just six words?
May 15, 2010 — Julian Baggini, the author of the book Should You Judge This Book by Its Cover?, attempts to prove the old proverb: You can lead people to an understanding of why they're misusing common sayings, but you can't make them think.
Aug 22, 2009 — President Thomas Jefferson once said, "If ignorance is bliss, why aren't more people happy?" — a line that British comedy writers John Lloyd and John Mitchinson co-opted for the title of their new anthology of quotations.
Feb 11, 2009 — Can you sum up your love life in exactly six words? Hundreds of famous and not-so-famous authors rose to the challenge for Smith magazine's Six-Word Memoirs on Love and Heartbreak.
Nov 15, 2004 — Steven Price, editor of the new book 1,001 Smartest Things Ever Said, shares some profound sayings with NPR's Tavis Smiley.