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Prose

Brainwalk by May Joseph On October 30, 2012, Hurricane Sandy enveloped downtown Manhattan in a total blackout. The terrifying reality of living on the top floor of a tall skyscraper without electricity, a generator or emergency lights hit home. My…

Book Reviews

Review by Bunny Goodjohn Writers plunder, excavate, and strip-mine without regard for the consequences to others. They suck their loved ones dry of vital fluids, revealing their deepest fears and yearnings. They expose the most precious secrets of their friends…

Book Reviews

Reviewed by Lara Lillibridge    – On Mothering Multiples: Complexities and Possibilities is an anthology comprised of fifteen essays by mothers of multiples. The collection includes a mix of personal essays and well-researched academic papers with three “interludes” by visual…

M.A.M.A.

Mothers Are Making Art A collaborative project among Mom Egg Review, the ProCreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood, and The Mother Magazine, Mothers Are Making Art (M.A.M.A.) pairs work by mother visual artists with words from Mom Egg Review writers.  The project…

Prose

By now, it’s a familiar lament.  Usually it hits mid-semester, when the honeymoon period is over and the work has really piled up.  I ask them how they’re doing, and in response they cover their faces with their hands and…

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