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In these poignant poems, Naima Rashid explores the beauty and complexity of motherhood, and the passage of time as both parent and child grow together.
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A new mother feels her world contract down to the daily domestic rituals of cooking, cleaning and care-giving in Rachel Sills’ haunting flash fiction, ‘On Toast Crumbs’.
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Award-winning author, Yvonne Battle-Felton, talks to Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou about her exceptional debut, Remembered, her journey into academia and writing, her courageous women characters, and the inspiring maternal figures in her life.
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In Rojbîn Arjen Yigit’s powerful poem, ‘Daykêmîn (Mother)’, a child sits down to dinner and savours her mother’s stories of when she first arrived in Britain and had to navigate many cultural and linguistic barriers.
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Looking at the work of photographer Ana Casas Broda, poet Muriel Rukeyser and musician Sherri Dupree-Bemis, Toni Roberts considers night from the perspectives of mothers, reflecting on their nocturnal experiences and reveries.
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In this beautiful creative non-fiction piece, ‘Gold Top’, Rym Kechacha uses Remedios Varo’s painting, Celestial Pablum, to explore her own experiences of breastfeeding her baby daughter through the night.
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