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Comment by suzi banks baum on Wednesday

Thank you for all the great content here on this thread. I always find valuable connections and ideas here.

In the past few weeks two pieces of mine have been published on other sites.

The Mid ran My Mother and the lessons that never fade here.

And our own Tania Pryputniewicz of Mother, Writer, Mentor posted a selection from my manuscript titled, Passing the Tampon here.

I also run a blog series on my site about mothering and creativity. The submission guidelines are here.

Thank you!

Suzi

Comment by Frances Brown on Wednesday

It's out! My mother-daughter memoir, Maternal Threads, was released 05.01.15 from High Hill Press. It wasn't until I was 52 and had raised twin boys and a spitfire of a daughter before I realized what was missing from my life: my maternal heritage. Exploring my mother's side of my ancestry, I uncovered some secrets, learned lots about the flapper era in NYC, and finally felt as though I knew myself. It's available on Amazon & B&N. There's a book trailer here: http://bit.ly/1GfAInO

Comment by Lisa Marie Brodsky on Wednesday

If anyone struggles with the death of a mother,  my poetry collection,  "Motherlung," published by Salmon Poetry,  will offer hope through the difficult terrain of grief.  In a raw and real way,  this autobiographical collection of poetry written during my mother's diagnosis with lung cancer and after her passing,  has been said to be a soothing balm to the hurting.  Contact me at my website for ordering information or go to www.salmonpoetry.com

Thank you! 

Comment by Lea Page on Wednesday

I am so excited to announce the US release of my new book, Parenting in the Here and Now (Floris Books).  Lisa Groen, author of  The Mother's Book of Well-Being, wrote: "Lea Page points parents to a gentler path in her book Parenting in the Here and Now. Page urges parents to face their fear and transform it to courage, a skill that allows presence of heart and mind for the most important job on the planet--ushering children into adulthood."  It is available from Amazon, BAM, B&N and directly from the publisher. Please see my website for links and for other reviews, articles and interviews: www.LeaPageAuthor.com.

 

 

Comment by Julianne Palumbo on Wednesday

Now reading for July/August at Mothers Always Write, a literary journal for mothers by mothers writers. Send us your poetry, essays and unpublished blog posts about motherhood. See our submission guidelines here:  http://mothersalwayswrite.com/writers-guidelines/

Comment by Lorraine Duffy Merkl on May 19, 2015 at 6:10am

I've been "Peggy" and "Betty" in one lifetime.

http://www.fiftyisthenewfifty.com/ive-come-a-long-way-baby-because-...

Comment by Tania Pryputniewicz on May 14, 2015 at 10:57am

Running Mother's Day posts all of May at Mother Writer Mentor. Today's post is a beautiful mother daughter adoption poem by Jayne Benjulian, Winter. Looking for ongoing guest posts, post-Mother's Day reflections too.

Comment by Tania Pryputniewicz on May 11, 2015 at 10:49am

What writing mothers bring to their "writing daughters" when they teach: Mother Thoughts, by Barbara Rockman. Every day is Mother's Day--all of May we will be posting about Mother's Day...send us your post Mother's Day thoughts if you wish or stop by and leave Barbara a comment. How did you take care of yourself on Mother's Day?

Comment by Leza Lowitz on May 10, 2015 at 1:47pm

I HEARD MY CHILD CALLING ME FOR YEARS. IN MOTHER'S DAY,I FINALLY FIND HIM. HTTP://THEMANIFESTSTATION.NET/2015/05/10/MOTHERS-DAY/

Comment by Lorraine Duffy Merkl on April 28, 2015 at 3:30am
 

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