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For Immediate Release: MOM EGG REVIEW WRITERS TO READ ABOUT MOTHERS’ WORK (AND PLAY) AT POETS HOUSE JUNE 2 Mom Egg Review celebrates MER 16, themed MOTHERS WORK/MOTHERS PLAY, with a reading by contributors at Poets House, 11 River Terrace,…

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Introducing Mom Egg Review 16 – MOTHERS WORK MOTHERS PLAY This issue of Mom Egg Review looks at PLAY and WORK through the lens of motherhood.  Celebrated and emerging literary writers explore the following themes: The work of mothering, of…

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Review by Libby Maxey Christine Stewart Nuñez published three poetry collections prior to Bluewords Greening, yet this latest book feels like a life’s work. It encompasses years of motherhood clouded by the struggle to understand and cope with both her…

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Mom Egg Review Vol.13 With “Compassionate Action” Folio 2015 Paper, 145 pages. At the center—fittingly, at the heart—of this issue is a special poetry folio, edited by Jennifer Jean, focused on the theme of “Compassionate Action”. The poems in…

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Mom Egg Review Vol. 12 2014 Paper, 142 pages. – The paradigm shift of pregnancy and child-raising, mothers’ work, mothers’ bodies, partnering and going it alone, loss, nurturing, making art. Includes work by E.J. Antonio, Nicole Callihan, Claudia D. Hernandez,…

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Review by Libby Maxey Some poetry begs to be understood; some challenges the reader to understand. Then there’s the poetry that doesn’t ask us for anything; it seems complete in itself, regardless of what we understand. In general, Emily Wolahan’s…

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Review by Libby Maxey – I expected to graze on Nicole Callihan’s Superloop (Sock Monkey Press, 2014), but I ended up devouring it —or, to make use of the titular metaphor, I went to Callihan’s classy midway and didn’t want…

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