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…

Uncategorized

Review by J.P. Howard              – Karma’s Footsteps, published by flipped eye publishing (www.flippedeye.net) in 2011, is Mariahadessa Ekere Tallie’s debut collection of poetry. Tallie successfully draws the reader in from the very first poem. The first stanza of the…