Writers on MotherhoodSaturday, June 4 | 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
- Writing & Publishing
“You quiet, in draft form,” writes Rachel Richardson to her unborn child. While writers who also are parents may struggle to find time to keep writing, parenthood can be a crucible that transforms a writer’s perception, radically shaping how she understands her work and the world. Motherhood became a central topic in the work of these three authors of poetry, essays, and fiction. How have they written differently since becoming mothers? Why is motherhood such a vital topic in writing today?
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