The ProCreate Project, the Museum of Motherhood and the Mom Egg Review, partners for a monthly on-line publication 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.20: Christen Clifford and Karen Malpede


My daughter’s childhood was spent around the collective, women-dominated antinuclear and peace…


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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…


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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,…


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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,…


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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…


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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…


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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…


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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,…


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