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Miranda Issue #17

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Announcing issue number seventeen of Miranda, CNF co-editor Kate
Haas's zine about motherhood. This issue features the essay "Waldorf
School Dropout" (gnomes and knitting don't make up for a hellish
teacher); a discussion about using your child's card to reserve extra
books at the library (clever strategem or unethical scam?); the
account of a maternal crush; and a Ma Ingalls-inspired paean to the
chest freezer (mm, pesto in January). Plus lots of book talk and
reviews, offbeat parental moments, and a recipe for parmesan chicken.
Ordering information at www.mirandazine.com.


Shari MacDonald Strong is the editor of The Maternal Is Political: Women Writers at the Intersection of Motherhood and Social Change and wrote the column Zen and the Art of Child Maintenance. Her essay, “On Wanting a Girl,” appears in the anthology, It’s a Girl, and she has been published in a number of publications, including Geez magazine. Shari worked as an editor and copywriter in the publishing industry for 15 years. She lives in Portland, Oregon, with her husband, photojournalist Craig Strong, and their children: grade-schooler Eugenia, born in Russia, and preschool sons Will and Mac, born via gestational surrogacy.


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