“An important contribution to the world of women’s stories.” —Cameron Finch, Hunger Mountain
We’re excited to share another review of A Woman Is A Woman Until She Is A Mother with you! Recently, Hunger Mountain‘s Cameron Finch had this to say about Anna Prushinskaya’s collection:
“Through a mixture of her own meditations and examples given by respected female writers and thinkers, Prushinskaya illustrates that “mothers” are women as diverse, as complicated, as unique, as flawed as any other group of humans, and deserve to be recognized for their commitment to take on the demands of maternal work on top of the demanding struggle of being a woman in today’s society.”
While you’re at it, be sure to pick up your own copy of the book here.