Literary Mama writing about the many faces of motherhood
LM discussed in San Francisco Chronicle

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One of our Review editors, Joanne Hartman, altered me that Literary Mama had appeared in a July 24th San Francisco Chronicle article by Katherine Seligman titled "Ayelet, Unfiltered." The subtitle reads: "Berkeley writer Ayelet Waldman's bald honesty about putting her husband first made her a magnet for controversy. Would she take any of it back?"

Seligman interviewed me on the history of mother writing, and you can find me quoted in the article. You can read it here.

An interesting piece, Katharine Seligman. Thanks!

Amy Hudock, Ph.D., is a writer, professor, and editor who lives in South Carolina with her family. She is the co-editor of the books Literary Mama: Reading for the Maternally Inclined and American Women Prose Writers, 1820-1870. Her work has been anthologized in the Chicken Soup for the Soul and Cup of Comfort series, as well as in Torn: True Stories of Modern Motherhood, Ask Me About My Divorce, Mama, PhD, and Single State of the Union. She is a co-founder of Literary Mama. Her work has also appeared (or is scheduled to appear) in Skirt!, Equus, The Post and Courier, ePregnancy, and Pregnancy and Baby. She teaches creative writing at Trident Technical College. You can read more about her at her website.

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