Browsing: J.P. Howard

Op-Ed

Self-Care as an Act of Survival in this Current Political Climate A Folio Curated by J.P. Howard   As a queer, black, mother, writer, activist, womyn in the world, I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means for womyn of…

News

Sundress Publications has featured a panel put together by Mom Egg Review, “Baby Steps: How to Nurture a Great Writing Career After Having a Child,” as part of its AWP Roundtable Series. M.M. DeVoe of Pen Parentis, J.P. Howard…

Craft

This piece explores using family photos and other personal items as a way to enter poems. Writers can use journals, family photos, oral histories and/or a combination of the above as writing prompts to enter poems. Questions that often come…

News

Mom Egg Review is pleased to announce this year’s Pushcart Prize nominations: Poetry: Nadia Colburn, “The Physical World” Ann Fisher-Wirth, “In That Kitchen (She Speaks to Herself)” Owen Lewis, “Urgency” Essay: J.P. Howard, “Black Lives Matter: A Mama’s Perspective” All…

Poems Curated by J.P. Howard

Poems Curated by J.P. Howard We are women writers, many of us are members of Women Writers in Bloom Poetry Salon(WWBPS) or long-time supporters of the Salon. We are diverse and multi-generational; many of us are women of…

Book Reviews

Review by Sarah W. Bartlett – The author writes, ‘I’ve been writing different versions of this book my whole life.’ What woman doesn’t write and rewrite her mother-daughter story, if only in her head? What daughter doesn’t at some point…

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