Camille T. Dungy: Kiss, Kiss, KissJuly 2016
The Kiss: Three kisses, spaced out over a mother's life.
Mother is MarxistMarch 2016
The market scans my child, calculates pecuniary value.
Female GazingFebruary 2016
The artist on primal super identities, photographing migrants, and motherhood as a source of creative power.
Amy Brill: To Be Communicated in Every HomeOctober 2015
A mother reflects on fears and stark statistics, following another school shooting.
Sarah Ladipo Manyika: Coming of Age in the Time of the HoodieJune 2015
The mother of a black teenage son shares her worries.
Why Do You Have to Change?June 2015
The essayist on unsentimental endings, Little House On the Prairie vs. Woody Allen, and why the conversation about not having kids “needs to be reframed.”
What kind of real mother would film the death of a child?
Julia Ingalls: Reader AbuseDecember 2013
A conversation with Julia Ingalls on the fiction and non-fiction of child abuse.