When we think about the biggest milestones and roadblocks in our lives, we also remember the food we cooked and/or ate while getting through them. Because we’re human. And pretty much always hungry. This book will be the literary equivalent of a heart-to heart over a warm slice of coffee cake. A bunch of kick-ass women writers, illustrators, and photographers share their deepest struggles, their silliest moments, their deepest revelations, and, of course, their favorite recipes.
Liane Kupferberg Carter
Becky Hartman Edwards
Lisa Grace Lednicer
Amy Wang Manning
Caissie St. Onge
Norma Safford Vela
Claire is the author of five novels for adults and five YA novels, including Epic Fail and Things I Should Have Known. With Dr. Lynn Kern Koegel, she co-authored the non-fiction books Overcoming Autism and Growing Up on the Spectrum. She has written for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Self Magazine, among other publications, and contributed a monologue to the anthology play Motherhood Out Loud. Please check out her website at www.clairelazebnik.com or follow her on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
Claire prior work
Non-fiction: Overcoming Autism and Growing Up on the Spectrum (both co-authored with Dr. Lynn Kern Koegel) Also the revised and updated version of Overcoming Autism (All Viking/Penguin)
Fiction (most recent to oldest:
Things I Should Have Known (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt)
Wrong About the Guy (Harper Teen)
The Last Best Kiss (Harper Teen)
The Trouble with Flirting (Harper Teen)
Epic Fail (Harper Teen)
Families and Other Non-Returnable Gifts (Grand Central)
If You Lived Here, You’d Be Home Now (Grand Central)
The Smart One and the Pretty One (Grand Central)
Knitting Under the Influence (Grand Central)
Same As It Never Was (St. Martin’s)
Also contributed to the anthologies Wedding Cake for Breakfast, American Girls about Town, and Modern Love
Ann Brown writes about family life on her blog, in newspapers and in online magazines, including Real Mom Daily, and The Next Family. She has a You Tube parenting show - The Motherload-Not Your Mother’s Parenting Advice, and her essays have been heard on Public Radio International. You can find Ann at www.drstrangemom.com, or follow her at Dr. Strangemom on Facebook.
Parenting column, “The Next Family” Magazine
“Voices From The Burbs” column, “The Next Family” Magazine
Parenting column, “Read Mom Daily” magazine
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About the Author
Ann Brown writes about family life for newspapers, public radio and literary magazines. She has a video series on parenting: The Motherload, Not Your Mother's Parenting Advice, and a blog at: www.drstrangemom.com. She lives in Portland, Oregon where she only has to shave her legs two months out of the year.