My First Anthology: The Mom Egg

After a hot morning at the Ferry Building, watching the boats come and go with my rowdy two year old, Blue Bottle iced coffee in hand, I was glad to return home to find this in my mailbox:


The Mom Egg is a cutting-edge literary journal made up of pieces about motherhood, and one of mine was accepted into the latest issue!  It was quite thrilling to see my name on the Table of Contents:

table of contents

My piece is dark, and I didn’t know how it would fit in with the rest of the anthology.  I started reading it during my daughter’s nap time, and found that other parent-writers had chosen to weave in the dark with the light, the magic with the mundane, in their pieces as well.

It’s nice to be in good company.  You can buy a copy of this anthology here: The Mom Egg.  It would make a meaningful Mother’s Day gift for yourself, or the mother in your life.


1 Comments on “My First Anthology: The Mom Egg”

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