Literary Mama writing about the many faces of motherhood
Cinthia Ritchie

Cinthia Ritchie lives in Alaska with her 13-year-old son (whom she frequently embarrasses), her hyper dog and two stubborn cats. She is a newspaper reporter by day and writes fiction and poetry by night. Her publications include Slow Trains Literary Journal, Conspire, Sho, Horsethief’s Journal, Poems Niederngasse, Stirrings, Retrozine, Ice Floe: International Poetry of the North, Dare Magazine, Clean Sheets, Scarlet Letters, Wicked Alice, Mind Caviar, Moondance, Inside Passages and Girlphoria, with upcoming work in the Water-Stone Review, Gin Bender Poetry Review, International Journal of Erotica, Sunspinner, the Cascadia Review and Working Hard: An Italian Anthology. She was the recent winner of the 2004 Brenda Ueland Prose Prize.

Contributions
Date Title Section
Jun 9, 2004 How to Give Birth Fiction