The Mom Egg is an annual collection of short fiction, prose, poetry, and drawings by cutting-edge mom-artists.
Featured in this edition are prize-winning poet Sharon Dolin's wry "To Worry, A Wallow"; the exuberant prose "Marry Yourself," by Joy Rose, pink-haired lead singer of Housewives on Prozac; Caribbean-American poet Cheryl Boyce Taylor's poignant "Nineteen Seventy Five," and "CUBISM," a graphic poem by fine artist Robin Rappoport. Other writers take on global topics of cultural assimilation, war, poverty and human rights, as well as more personal matters like breastfeeding, ageing parents, sexual orientation, housework, and love.
By turns controversial, funny, poignant, and beautiful, The Mom Egg provides intimate moments with moms from all over North America. Diverse, multi-generational, and not just for Mother's Day, The Mom Egg is a great read. www.myspace.com/themomegg