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“Bad” Mothers discussed on Writers Revealed Radio

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Last week, writer Felicia Sullivan launched her new radio show, Writers Revealed. This week's edition was all about family, particularly the notion of the “bad mother.” Felicia led a lively discussion with authors Elissa Schappell (Use Me), Liesel Litzenburger (Now You Love Me), Sabina Murray (A Carnivore’s Inquiry) and Victoria Redel (Loveryboy). Topics included the authors' books and the mother characters in each, "good" mothers, Dina Lohan and raising children in this age of influence (internet, tv, movies) and influential marketing.

Suzanne Kamata lives in Shikoku, Japan, with her husband and bi-cultural twins.  She is  the author of the novel Losing Kei ; a short story collection, The Beautiful One Has Come; and editor of three anthologies including Call Me Okaasan: Adventures in Multicultural Mothering and Love You to Pieces: Creative Writers on Raising a Child with Special Needs. She is a former fiction editor for Literary Mama.

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