Kid me not : an anthology by child-free women of the '60s now in their 60s
|Format:||Print Book 2014|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
Women who choose to have children often cannot understand those of us who have chosen not to. Kid Me Not, a collection of essays by everyday women, was written with the hope that all women, regardless of their inclinations, will be encouraged to listen to the voice within, and follow it, wherever it leads. With luck, our stories will sow seeds of respect between women who choose paths exclusive of children and those who have chosen the daunting task of being mothers
ContentsColoring outside the lines / Aralyn Hughes
An old soul / Norma Inman
Biology / Kathleen Juhl
Damn! I forgot to have children / CK Carman
A woman is a woman / Lin Sutherland
Timing / Jane Burkett
Where did the time go? / Meg Wilson
Charged by a galloping rhino / Mary-Ellen Campbell
Fruitless in the Big Apple / Karen Kreps
Married, with critters / Judy Ballard
Spinning the globe / Annie Borden
Question authority / Kathleen Clark
The big decision that wasn't / Melissa Eddy
Dancing my own dance / Peggy Lamb
I can see clearly now / Deby Bell.
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|Publisher|| [Austin, Texas] :2014
ix, 108 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.