M.A.M.A. – Mothers Are Making Art

The Procreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review, partners for an on-line publication platform featuring art, academic and creative writing with the aim to promote women internationally and generate cultural exchanges and opportunities.

M.A.M.A. Issue n.42: Afrooist and Wendy Carolina Franco

The Procreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are pleased to announce the 42nd edition of this scholarly discourse…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.41: Michele Landel and Ann E. Wallace

The Procreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are pleased to announce the 41st edition of this scholarly discourse…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.40: Anna Perach and Jane Yolen

The Procreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are pleased to announce the 40th edition of this scholarly discourse…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.39: Jessica Lauren Elizabeth Taylor and Kimberly L. Becker

The Procreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are pleased to announce the 39th edition of this scholarly discourse…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.38: Casey Jenkins and Amy Watkins

The Procreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are pleased to announce the 38th edition of this scholarly discourse…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.37: Tereza Buskova and Caitlin Grace McDonnell

The Procreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are pleased to announce the 36th edition of this scholarly discourse…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.36: Csilla Klenyánszki

The Procreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are pleased to announce the 36th edition of this scholarly discourse…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.35:  Natalie Ramus and Katie Manning

The Procreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are pleased to announce the 34th edition of this scholarly discourse…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.34:  Charlotte Morrison and Kristin Roedell

The Procreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are pleased to announce the 34th edition of this scholarly discourse…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.33:  Kate Walters and Eve Packer

The ProCreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are pleased to announce the 33rd edition of this scholarly discourse…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.32:  Sophia Marinkov Jones and Sherine Elise Gilmour

The ProCreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are pleased to announce the 30th edition of this scholarly discourse…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.31:  Marketa Senkyrik and Robin Silbergleid

The ProCreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are pleased to announce the 30th edition of this scholarly discourse…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.30: Ching Ching Cheng and Jennifer Stewart Fueston

The ProCreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are pleased to announce the 30th edition of this scholarly discourse…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.29: Saskia Saunders and Martha Joy Rose

The ProCreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review are pleased to announce the 29th edition of this scholarly discourse…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.28: Rajaa Paixão and Gwen North Reiss

The problem remains: I have no maps and little training—the trail littered with roots and misplaced anger.

M.A.M.A. Issue n.27: Carol Brunelli and L.B. Williams

Working the Night Shift String a white sheet from the body of trees in the wild, set a lantern behind its screen and wait

M.A.M.A. Issue n.26: Melissa Thomas and Megan Merchant

Working the Night Shift String a white sheet from the body of trees in the wild, set a lantern behind its screen and wait

M.A.M.A. Issue n.25: Anna Hughes and Elise Gregory

The problem remains: I have no maps and little training—the trail littered with roots and misplaced anger.

M.A.M.A. Issue n.24: Elisabeth Schön and Judy Swann

I threw rose petals on the ground and her pink slippers slid on that silky surface, the Muse, when she came just now. Her small hooves have worn…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.23: Jane Glennie and Sarah Goshal

Reading texts through this position, from within the paradigm of motherhood, seems to be illuminating. It provides numerous ways of probing the…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.22: Martha Joy Rose

I am interested in exploring my body is a site of production and reproduction.

M.A.M.A. Issue n.21: Aga Gasiniak and Laura Sloan Patterson

My creativity is a journey. My work is very intuitive and symbolic. I tell stories through my paintings. Paintbrushes, paints, varnishes and canvases…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.20: Christen Clifford and Karen Malpede

My daughter’s childhood was spent around the collective, women-dominated antinuclear and peace movements of the 1980ies; it is bitterly ironic that…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.19: Megan Wynne and Susan Vespoli

I am interested in the complex psychology of intimate human relationships, and the multifaceted and shifting nature of self-perception. I explore the…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.18: Alex March

Alex March is a London based artist originally from the North of England working with drawing, film, photography and painting to produce works which…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.17: Beth Grossman and Nadia Colburn

Each inch I grew marked a promise: my present physical certainty, my approaching release. And, indeed,torn open, I gave birth

M.A.M.A. Issue n.16: Minna Dubin and Judy Kronenfeld

Praise falling into the guest bed, exhausted, with granddad, exhausted, who ran repeatedly to the slide in the playground to grab the flame-cheeked,…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.15: Anna Hultin and Samina Najmi

The man seems kind, if remote, as virginal as she is, and they spend the night telling the stories on which their forevers will depend. At…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.14: Dagmara Bilon and Gabriella Burman

Without fail, each week, she does this, and without fail, each week, her father and I admonish her that matches are dangerous, somehow not mastering,…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.13: Sophie Starzenski and Deborah L. Blicher

We speak different languages, but as far as I can tell, he hates me. The boy, whose name in Misha, is two and a half, with feathery blond eyebrows…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.12: Stephanie Feuer and Rachel Fallon

Weapons of Maternal Destruction Spoke and Rupture – things done and undone; in what moment does protection or defence turn upon itself and what are…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.11: Sarah Irvin and Anelie Crighton

One day my husband caught a glimpse of me dressing and said in wonder, ‘You look beautiful.’ I found this astonishing; I look like a woman who’s…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.10: Beth Goobic and Nancy Cook

I am planning the perfect tattoo. Where to have it applied is not in question: It is going to cover my entire chest. But beyond that, I have some…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.9: Ruchika Wason Singh and Kristin Procter

She slips off her track pants and wiggles back into her sexuality. In front of the full length mirror, it is difficult to say which pops first, her…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.8: Cynthia Patton and Sarah Nicolls

It’s hard to watch your child struggle, especially when there’s nothing to do but wait. At six Katie answered simple questions. By seven she used…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.7: Sandra Ramos O’Briant and Nusa Pavko

My son’s in college now, and I still look pregnant. But I carry an image of myself that defies logic. I pass a mirror in my house, and out of the…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.6: Autumn Stephens and Sabrina Mahfouz

For sex he wakes her, laying a hand on some round part. It’s too early—she’s set the alarm for a hundred years. “Go away, I’m practicing,” she says.…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.5: Margaret Rapp and Louise Camrass

I hate the word “bi”. Like in I am the mother of a biracial child. I keep expecting to see a child that is painted black on one side and white on…

M.A.M.A. Issue n.4: Becky Tipper and Lynn Lu

I bring it to my tongue – this food that my own body has made – and it tastes of what it is like to be you, before language dawns and crashes into…