New Work at Club Mid

October 23, 2015

This summer, I started seeing funny posts by lots of women who appeared to share my birth year and sense of humor.  Their work was up at a site called “The Mid,” and I found that lots of the articles posted there made me chuckle. The Mid was quickly picked up at Scary Mommy, and turned into “Club Mid,” a section at this much bigger site.  Today, Club Mid announced that it too is restructuring.

Online publishing moves fast.  If you don’t look around every once in awhile, you might miss it.

Just in case you missed them, here are links to my two pieces at Club Mid:  My Superhero Identity, And Why You Need One Too, and A Room of Her Own, which was the last article ever to appear at the top of the site at The Mid before Scary Mommy gobbled it up.

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I’m so pleased to have my writing in the Spring 2015 Amherst Magazine.

It’s called “My Amygdala Ate My Homework,” and it discusses the impact of changes in the brain during adolescence. (A version of this was published first in rewireme.com.)

If you went to Amherst, you can read the copy already on your coffee table.

If not, click on the link above and scroll to pages 16 and 17; there’s a handy feature to zoom in to read the fine print if you, like me, have aging eyes

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