Erin Lane challenges maternal exceptionalism and its myths.
Her complex portraits reveal an alchemy of desire, pain, power, and weakness.
In Nancy Johnson’s debut novel, a family secret draws a successful Black woman home to small-town Indiana.
Lenz blends storytelling and critique to explore the role of myths in defining women’s bodies.
Both Agnes Howard and Brittany Bergman encourage reflection on a transformational experience.
Chelsea Bieker's Godshot drips with truth about motherhood, faith, and power.
What am I to make of your singular desire for milk?
Can we read scripture critically and theologically at the same time?
Is abortion only the lesser of evils, or can it be a moral good?
Of all the things I could have gone donkey nuts over, it was "quiet time" that pushed me over the edge.
As a mother and a woman of color, I read Camille Dungy's book as a personal roadmap.
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It’s too bad that Bad Moms sets up its conflict as one between women.
The physical reality of her son, the very tangible way that he is a part of her, will not go away. He is with her everywhere she goes.
Elizabeth Gandolfo's first book is not just an anthropology. Its more daring and abidingly important gift is a statement about God.