I've had a few piece of writing appear online over the last few weeks that I thought I'd share with you.
1) Today my short essay "The Twins and The Pendulum" kicks off a sibling blog series on Brain, Child Magazine's "Brain, Mother" blog.
2) Last week, I shared a tale of my two AWP (Association of Writers and Writing Programs) Conference experiences in "Two Takes on AWP" on the Literary Mama blog as part of their "Snapshots from AWP" series leading up to the conference this April.
3) And finally, Brain, Child resurrected my first published essay, "Raising Private Milo," from their print archives and shared it online a couple of weeks ago. For anyone who reads this piece and shares the same worries I relate in the essay, let me assure you that, as with most things parenting-related, "This too shall pass on." The title character is now thirteen, watches The Daily Show religiously (now that his beloved Stephen Colbert has moved on), and wouldn't touch a camouflage shirt with a ten-foot pole.