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.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…