Literary Mama writing about the many faces of motherhood
Mary Carpenter

Mary Carpenter’s essays have appeared in the Washington Post, including An Introvert Stands Up For the Right to Stand Alone, and are forthcoming in Gargoyle Magazine, October 2012, and the anthology So Long.

She has also written two young adult books, Lost and Found in the Mississippi Sound: Eli and the Dolphins of Hurricane Katrina (Tenley Circle Press, 2011); and Rescued by a Cow and a Squeeze (PublishAMerica, 2003). She lives in Washington, D.C. where she teaches writing workshops, and has two sons, one in college and one recently graduated.

Contributions
Date Title Section
Aug 4, 2012 Infinite Connections Essays