I made a textured contribution to our understanding of how writer
and mother co-exist, in my essay
“The sun knows what it does”,
in the new 2008 book, Double Lives: Writing and Motherhood.
The essay, on travels in Spain and Portugal,
takes up an argument about the sun,
with Canadian poet Erin Moure
and Portuguese poet Fernando Pessoa.
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