The Monstrousness Lurking Inside Motherhood in LitHub

ChatGPT, Strollers, and The Anxiety of Automation in Wired 

When Should Athletes Stop Pushing Through the Pain? in The Atlantic 

Strolling Through Parenthood in Meter 

A Joyful Expression of Femininity and Play: Talking Dolls with Maria Teresa Hart in The Rumpus

On Teaching and Learning and the Language of Care in LitHub

Bittersweet Lessons from Decades of Running in Zibby Mag

Sweet Yet Sinister: How the Stroller Embodies Parental Hopes and Fears in LitHub

The Imperative to Buy the Best Stroller in JSTOR Daily

Stories that Evoke the Nuance, Fear, and Tenderness of Motherhood in BookTrib

Why We Are Failing to Make the Grade in The American Scholar

The Hunt of the Unicorn Tapestries Depict a “Virgin-Capture” Legend in JSTOR Daily

Skeletons in the Closet in The American Scholar

Is it Time to Reexamine Grading? in JSTOR Daily

The Bloody Unicorn in Guernica

The Givers in The American Scholar 

Getting Ahead of Menopause in Women’s Running 

Finding Community in Isolation in Ordinary Insanity on the Ploughshares blog

The Pursuit of Pure Marathon in JSTOR Daily 

Parenthood Fear in Orange World and Other Stories and Small Animals on the Ploughsares blog

Twenty Classic Books You Should Have Read by Now in Real Simple

These Are the Five Best Books About Running in Real Simple 

Parenthood Doesn’t Have to Mean the End of Competitive Running in the Washington Post

How Instant Access to Grades and Other Data is Contributing to Helicopter Parenting in the Washington Post “On Parenting”

Dark Places in Paradise on the Ploughshares blog

Wild and Finally Free in Lauren Groff’s Florida in JSTOR Daily

That Common Heart in The American Scholar

In Defense of The Catcher in the Rye on the Ploughshares blog

Moving Back Home in Real Simple 

An Intimate Eclipse in The Millions

The Thanksgiving Tradition of a Turkey Trot in Ravishly 

Why I was Wrong to Think I Didn’t Need to Join a Mom’s Group in Real Simple 

Motherhood Made Me a More Focused Runner in ESPNW

Dragons Live Forever in Ravishly

Why Are Friendships Between Teen Girls so Radioactive? in Electric Literature

Delivery in The Manifest Station 

The Day My Dad Stood Up to My Bully in Real Simple 

A Going and a Return in The Millions

Pregnancy Helped One Runner Master Self-Acceptance in Women’s Running 

O Martyr My Martyr in The Rumpus 

Prime Time in N+1

To a Young Runner in Running Times 

Teratoma finalist in Glimmer Train Award for New Writers

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