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Congrats to Literary Mama Editor-in-Chief Caroline Grant: "A history of Literary Mama titled Things No One Will Tell You: Literary Mama Writes Motherhood Outside the Mainstream Media appears in The 21st Century Motherhood Movement, published by Demeter Press and edited by Andrea O'Reilly. And, today, my essay Raising kids in earthquake country was published in Salon. I wrote it several years ago, but it didn't find a home until the earthquake in Japan made it, sadly, timely."

And Congrats to these former Literary Mama contributors!

Columnist Elrena Evans published an essay at phlmetropolis.com. In My So-Called Home Office, she writes about the tax code and her first year filing as a self-employed individual.

Columnist Jennifer Eyre White's book, The Practical Napper, will be released in June. The book, she writes is "for people who believe the phrase 'good nap' is redundant--which is to say, nearly everyone."

Contributor Yelizaveta Renfro's collection of short stories, A Catalogue of Everything in the World, will be released in mid-May. The stories are set in and were inspired by the Midwest; the collection won the St. Lawrence Book Award in 2008.


The Literary Mama Blog Editor searches for mama-centric news you can use — including information about publishing opportunities and literacy efforts; essays and writing prompts that motivate and inspire; and announcements about events, classes, and workshops. The current blog editors are Laura Roberts and Rudri Patel; read their bios here and here.


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