Friday

playground revolution - miriam peskowitz

Two of my favorite writer-pals are Andi Buchanan, who wrote "Mother Shock: Loving Every (Other) Minute of It" (Andi has a new book coming out from Seal Press in October, called "It's a Boy: Women Writers on Raising Sons," to which I am a contributor), and Miriam Peskowitz, who has a new book out called "The Truth Behind the Mommy Wars: Who Decides What Makes a Good Mother."

(Miriam's book's original title was "Playground Revolution," which I loved, but her publisher changed it.)

This week, Andi interviews Miriam about her new book, as well as American culture's love-hate relationship with motherhood. You can read the very entertaining and interesting interview here at LiteraryMama.com.

2 comments:

sajmom said...

I'll look forward to women writting about raising sons. At this stage I feel confident with a 10 month old boy-but past the toddler stage I don't think I'll quite know what I'm doing(Girls I"m completely confident with).

Dave said...

Sort on time to read your blog but I see it---looks good. A little difficult to read the links in the dark blue color but good design and nice bio. Saw your mail on the yahoogroups reflector regarding it being blank. It's 11:15 in Washington State, Saturday Morning.