The Gish Sisters Blogathon is here!

The day has finally arrived! The Gish Sisters Blogathon, hosted by myself and Fritzi of Movies Silently, is upon us! Today through September 9, we’re paying tribute to all things Gish in honor of the 101st anniversary of Lillian and Dorothy’s film debut, An Unseen Enemy.

In this post I’ll be linking every contribution to the blogathon over the next three days. Check back often for updates! The list will be separated by post date, and each of those sections of the list will be listed in alphabetical order by blog title, making it super-duper easy for everyone to keep up with all of the blogathon action!

Pre-blogathon posts:

September 7:

September 8:

September 9:

UPDATE 9/9/13: There you have it, folks! As I post this final update, in about 34 minutes the last day of the Gish Sisters Blogathon will officially have ended. I’d like to thank everyone who participated — we have had so many wonderful, thoughtful entries on the careers of both sisters! And of course, I would like to give a very special thank you to my co-hostess, and the mind that conceived this blogathon, Fritzi of Movies Silently. I couldn’t have asked for a better partner in bringing this event to life, and I think we’ve done a pretty darn good job of celebrating the lives and work of Dorothy and Lillian. :)

22 thoughts on “The Gish Sisters Blogathon is here!

          1. The posts have been fabulous. The Gish sisters are worth writing about and you’ve got a great line up- I’m so happy to be a part of it too. Lillian Gish possesses an otherworldly grace that is so unique… Well done hosting wise kiddoe…. congrats on the celebration


  1. […] A note from Lindsey: Welcome to Day 2 of the Gish Sisters Blogathon! Today I’m posting a Lillian review, and tomorrow will be dedicated to Dorothy, but I’ll also be keeping up with the master list of everyone’s contributions as the celebration continues. To see what all of our wonderful participants have come up with, visit yesterday’s post, “The Gish Sisters Blogathon is here!” […]


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