There are peaks, valleys, and devastating spirals, and it can be hard to make sense of those setbacks when you feel like you’ve already come so far. But in writing the essay, I had a reason to think clearly and intentionally about what I was going through and how I could make sense of it moving forward, and I’m proud of what I was able to do.
Readers, meet another of the contributor’s to (Her)oics:Women’s Lived Experiences During the Coronavirus Pandemic, Nikki Kallio. Nikki’s writing is rich and lyrical. Her essay in the anthology, Cold Front, gives us a glimpse into her experience of facing the pandemic in the Midwest with her parents, having recently finished cancer treatments. Nikki’s creative work has appeared…
Moms have dreams, desires, and wants too, and it’s healthy for children to witness how we go about fulfilling those
Because at a time when we still must isolate physically, stories can help us stay connected.