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Congratulations to these Literary Mama staff members!


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"A Jew and a Muslim decorate a Christmas tree, Little House on the Prairie-Style," by Kate Haas was published in The Boston Globe Magazine.


"Why We Brought Our Son to the Pediatric Geneticist," is the first installment of Taylor Harris's column, What Genes Can't Tell Us, published by Catapult.


Abigail Lalonde's essay "Robert Smith and the Hormones" was published on Memoir Mixtapes.


Colleen Kearney Rich enjoyed a residency in November at the Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts and Science in Georgia to work on a novel.


Jamie Sumner was profiled in Pregnantish and her son, Charlie, was featured on the cover of Parenting Special Needs Magazine. She also talked emoticons and feminism in her piece for Parent Co., "If Emojis are the Modern World's Hieroglyphics, What Message are We Sending?"

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 editor is Bridget Lillethorup; read her bio here

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