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The Mom Egg Vol. 7 – Tales of African, Caribbean, South and North American mothers. This issue contains work from iconoclastic visual artist Heide Hatry, Malaika King Albrecht, Elizabeth Aquino, Denise Emanuel Clemen, Tami Haaland, Mary Merriam, Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie…

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The Mom Egg Vol. 6 2008 Paper, 114 pp. Featured in this edition are prize-winning poet Sharon Dolin’s wry “To Worry, A Wallow,” “Marry Yourself,” by Joy Rose, lead singer of Housewives on Prozac, Caribbean-American poet Cheryl Boyce Taylor’s poignant “Nineteen…

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The Mom Egg Vol. 5 2007 Paper, 101 pages. New mothers to grandmothers examine issues ranging from single motherhood, dating younger men, separation anxiety, the body, caring for older parents, the changing nuclear family, and sex.  Featuring work by Alana…

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Hester Jones – A Show of Hands Hester Jones is a British Artist based in London UK. Her work is an ongoing investigation into culturally constructed, gendered identities; she is interested in the performative and participatory qualities…

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Get the Issue Lesley Dame The Answer Even if it were a beacon, you’d be terrified. I mean, come on, this sudden light flashes in the starless sky and you’re, what, happy? You know that doesn’t…

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Eti Wade on the cover image from her series, MIGRANT MOTHERS  –  ‘Migrant Mothers’ is a series of photographs of mothers with their children. The title is a homage to Dorothea Lange’s famous photograph ‘Migrant Mother’ which recorded a young…

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Selections The Mom Egg Vol. 9 2011 Get the Issue Sandra de Helen MISSPENT MOTHERHOOD i squandered my motherhood mistaking it for my youth believing that because i was sixteen or twenty or thirty i was entitled…