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Kathy Briccetti's Books

BLOOD STRANGERS: a memoir
May.01.2010
Blood Strangers is a captivating, multigenerational story of an alternative family. In her memoir, Katherine A. Briccetti writes about three generations of absent fathers and adoptions: her father's closed adoption in the 1930s, her own adoption by her stepfather in the 1960s, and finally, the "second-parent" adoption of her sons by her partner in the 1990s.
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May.28.2008
One of Kathy's essays is included in this anthology exploring the vital connection between motherhood and social change. The Maternal Is Political features thirty powerful, hard-hitting literary essays by women who are striving to make the world a better place for children and families—both their own and other women’s—in this country and globally.
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Feb.20.2008
Essays about writing groups. Rita Mae Brown, author of Rubyfruit Jungle and Starting from Scratch: A Different Kind of Writers’ Manual "This book’s cheer is Write on! Read it and you will."
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Feb.20.2008
This paperback original offers the most hilarious and heart-wrenching essays from ten years of this quintessential alternative-parenting bible.
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Aug.28.2006
This engaging, endearing collection of true-life stories reveals the guts and glory of women old enough to know who they are.