The Best Literary Writing About Mothers and Motherhood

MER VOX Quarterly – Fall 2020

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MER VOX Quarterly – Fall 2020

 

Welcome to MER VOX, Fall Edition! Range of Motherhood is a literary folio curated by J.L. Scott amplifying diverse mother’s voices. We have a Labor Day poem by Margo Berdeshevsky, Rage Hezekiah’s inspiring essay and poems influenced by the writings of Sandra Cisneros, part of our new Legacy series curated by Ana C.H. Silva. M.A.M.A., our ongoing collaboration with Museum of Motherhood and ProCreate Project, features poems by Margie Shaheed and art by Maria Linares investigating injustice and prejudice.

We hope you enjoy the issue. We wish you health, safety, and peace, and urge you to make your own voice heard by voting in the upcoming election.

LITERARY

Literary Folio  

Range of Motherhood
Curated by J.L. Scott

Featuring Jennifer Freed, Janet Garber,
Nicole Medina-Hospital, Onita Morgan-Edwards,
Eloísa Pérez-Lozano, Sophie Rhem, Meghan Trask Smith, Pooja Ugrani, Naomi J. Williams

Labor Day Poem

God Bless the Child That’s Got His Own by Margo Berdeshevsky

 

 


FEATURES

Legacy – Rage Hezekiah on Sandra Cisneros, Mary Oliver, and more

“I think one of the reasons I identified so strongly with Cisneros’ work was her willingness to boldly tell women’s stories.”

 


M.A.M.A. (Mothers Are Making Art) Issue 43

Margie Shaheed, Poetry, and Maria Linares, Art

Examining Prejudice

 


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