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kathy-briccetti's picture
Feb.20.2008
kathy-briccetti's picture
Feb.20.2008
This paperback original offers the most hilarious and heart-wrenching essays from ten years of this quintessential alternative-parenting bible.
kathy-briccetti's picture
Feb.20.2008
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...
nina-de-gramont's picture
Feb.12.2008
An examination of my pro-choice beliefs, and how my feelings about abortion were changed by pregnancy. This essay appeared in the most recent issue of The Harvard Review, and in the anthology Choice: True Stories of Birth, Contraception, Infertility, Adoption, Single Parenthood, & Abortion.
anthony-marais's picture
Feb.02.2008
DELUSIONISM is a collection of thought-provoking essays about art and life. The author addresses the reader directly, as if sitting at a cafe, popping out quips and expounding on all matter of subjects from the obscure to the commonplace. The book is divided into three parts. Part One is entitled...
terry-j-healey's picture
Feb.01.2008
Open My Eyes, Open My Soul is a poignant collection of stories and poems about the human family and the challenges and triumphs of overcoming racism and strengthening our connections. With contributions from human rights advocates, celebrities, and writers from all walks of life, Open My Eyes, Open...
anthony-marais's picture
Feb.01.2008
Ever since the days of the gold rush and the pioneers, California has been a ‘far out’ place, quite different from the rest of America. This book paints an entertaining picture of these people who, the author (a Californian himself) says, are so into delusion that they are completely out of touch...
priscilla-hodgkins's picture
Jan.27.2008
Personal essay about tending to an aging parent and considerations of time and time travel. The complete essay is available here: http://www.creativenonfiction.org/thejournal/articles/issue09/09hodgkins_einsteindidnt.htm
loren-rhoads's picture
Jan.26.2008
Spanning the globe from Argentina to Wall Street, 27 photographers and authors document the residences of the dead. Authors consider teenage suicide, the death of parents and friends, their own mortality, the transience of fame, and the nature of death itself. In over two dozen essays and more...
stephanie-gold's picture
Jan.22.2008
As her mother dies, the author finds new vocabularies with which to expres her love.