April is only a week away. April showers bring May flowers. Well in this house poetry showers in April with NaPoWriMo. Once more I have signed up to write a poem a day for National Poetry Month. National Poetry Month April showers rhyme Sitting at my computer Dismissing sunshine I will also be dismissing my … Read more
Jackie Kane Sturkie is a wonderful, funny and amazing woman who helped launch and manage Mamazina Magazine when we took it over from Mom Literary Publishers. She also coordinated Mamapalooza events on the West Coast. There’s a moving story about her and her current battle with cancer in The Oregonian. She’s in my … Read more
Veronica Hosking goes East!
We’re going to be taking a pause here at MaMaZinA Magazine to weigh in on future endeavors. With so much focus on the newly opened Museum Of Motherhood in New York City and upcoming Mamapalooza Festivals, it’s time for our team to take stock and decide how to best move forward in enterprising ways.
Kate Fineske, our correspondent from the National Association of Mothers Centers’, reports on the latest front in the Daily Tattle Battle, MamaBlogger365 for the Museum of Motherhood.
*Dr Mama* Amber Kinser on self-doubt and what to do with it; MamaBlogger365 for the Museum of Motherhood, a year-long daily blogging project to raise awareness of the museum and the work it does to support the efforts of mothers everywhere, coordinated by Mamapalooza.
Planning and preparations for Mamapalooza Sydney 2012 are underway! Contact Vee Malnar and Lesley Dimick to get involved!
Which 10 women should make the Motherhood Hall of Fame? Get involved with M.O.M. today and help us decide! MamaBlogger365 is a year-long daily blogging project to raise awareness of the Museum of Motherhood and its work and is coordinated by Mamapalooza.
Kim Jennings is doing the best she can. MamaBlogger365, a year-long project coordinated by Mamapalooza to support the Museum of Motherhood, NOW OPEN in NYC!
Whenever I see a family portrait, I feel like I should stop and offer up a moment of silence for all the work that SOMEbody, most likely the mom, had to do to get all those people together looking that good in one place without stains or tears marring the clothing or tearful or pouting faces revealing the stress that everyone lived through in the moments before the camera clicked. I almost never think of the people in the picture.