October 24, 2016
In today’s guest post, Literary Mama reader Melissa Sokulski tells how she found time to write at a retreat in the mountains.
October 19, 2016
Juli’s work makes me smile, but I realize the desire for motherhood isn’t always this light-hearted. For some, it’s filled with sadness and loss. For some, there’s quiet acknowledgement and acceptance. For others, there is no desire.
October 17, 2016
In today’s post, Literary Mama Editors Rae Pagliarulo and Whitney Archer share about attending Hippocamp.
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October 13, 2016
Literary Mama is excited to chat on Facebook this month. We invite you to join us on Thursday, October 20, throughout the day to answer questions regarding motherhood and writing. Our focus will revolve around the increasing rhetoric in parenting and when to draw …
October 10, 2016
In today’s guest post, Literary Mama reader Laura Mathis wonders who is going to mother her in her time of need.
October 5, 2016
On the first Wednesday of each month, Literary Mama shares a list of current calls for submissions. Good luck sending your work out into the world! LITERARY MAMA OPPORTUNITIES The Profiles department seeks “profiles of writers who are mothers, or writers who write about motherhood
October 3, 2016
In today’s guest post, Literary Mama reader Melissa Ressler gets in touch with her creative muse.
September 30, 2016
The hustle and bustle of September can leave us all a little frazzled and in need of an escape. In this month’s Now Reading, we are featuring the books some of us Literary Mamas read when we need more than Calgon to take us away. These books represent our escape into the written word when we can’t actually leave our daily routines.
September 28, 2016
Our Writerly Roundup blog series features a curated collection of articles on the craft of writing and the creative life that we don’t want you to miss. ~ 3 Strategies for Staying Productive as a Writer, Tom Farr (@farrtom), Hippocampus Magazine Tom Farr is …
September 27, 2016
What passions do you wish to model for your children? Use this writing prompt to explore your writing world, then share your thoughts with Literary Mama.
On our blog, you’ll find calls for submissions as well as guest posts that motivate and inspire. Read more about submitting your thoughts to our After Page One series here.