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Knock Wood: A Memoir in Essays by Jennifer Militello Mon Jul 22 2019
Knock Wood is a poet’s memoir, filled with rich, beautiful language and metaphor. view at com
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Author's Note: On Writing Mama, Mama, Only Mama Fri May 31 2019
Author's Note and Excerpt from Mama, Mama, Only Mama view at momeggreview
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Review of SQUEAKY WHEELS by Suzanne Kamata on Mom Egg Review Fri May 31 2019
Squeaky Wheels is an interesting multicultural conversation about independence and caretaking, as she takes her daughter and her daughter's wheelchair from Japan to Paris and other points around the world. view at momeggreview
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Book Review of The Missing Girl by Jacqueline Doyle Fri Dec 15 2017
The Missing Girl is comprised of eight separate stories, each only a few pages long. Told from the point of view of perpetrators, victims, and friends of victims, each chapter is a stand-alone story about a girl who was preyed upon by someone known, or unknown. A haunting collection, its prose is clear and direct, with exquisite tension. view at momeggreview
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Book Review of 16 Pills by Carley Moore Wed Nov 14 2018
Carley Moore’s essay collection, 16 Pills, is an exploration on what it means to be a single parent, a disabled child, a daughter, a teacher, a sister, a woman. view at momeggreview
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just like february by Deborah Batterman on Mom Egg Review Mon May 13 2019
Deborah Batterman’s novel, just like february, is filled with lyrical prose in this coming of age story. Read my review on Mom Egg Review. view at momeggreview
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Book Review: The Nail in the Tree: Essays on Art, Violence, and Childhood by Carol Ann Davis Sat Feb 29 2020
Haunting and poignant, The Nail in the Tree speaks to the fear and grief of mothers in this time of violence against children. "And the children, understanding better than we, are said to have whispered along a long line one to the other by way of explanation wild animal wild animal wild animal." (pg 4) view at momeggreview
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Book Review: Grieving: Dispatches from a Wounded Country by Cristina Rivera Garza Mon Aug 17 2020
This book is an act of resistance against the institutional violence of Mexico and the US, and shines a light on the policies that make poor Mexican bodies, especially female bodies, disposable. view at momeggreview
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Book Review: the Witch of Eye: Essays by Kathryn Nuernberger Fri Apr 02 2021
The stories of witches truly are the stories of renegade women, and, it turns out, the history of systematic and sanctioned abuse of marginalized people by those in power. view at momeggreview
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Review of RADIATION DIARIES by Janet Todd Tue Jan 15 2019
Radiation Diaries is a memoir written as a diary with daily dated entries detailing Todd’s seven weeks of radiotherapy for pelvic cancers. Read my full review on Mom Egg Review. view at momeggreview
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Book Review: Have You Seen CindySleigh? & Other Stories by Diane Stiglich Wed Aug 30 2017
This book is a dream-like art-come-to-life world, where there are truths that are as immutable in this reality as in the one on the page, and stumbling across these truths is as if we find something solid to hold onto—grasping a rock after clawing at clouds. view at momeggreview
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Girlish Review on Mom Egg Review Mon Jul 23 2018
Review by Lisa C. Taylor view at momeggreview
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TBR Tuesday: Gray is the New Black by Dorothy Rice Tue Aug 20 2019
Review on Mom Egg Review. Rice discusses being a daughter, sister, mother, grandmother and wife with an unflinchingly honest and unquestionably relatable pen. Although I’m more than a decade her junior, I saw myself on the page over and over—often painfully so. view at momeggreview
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