BLACK LIVES MATTER

June 8th, 2020 | by Ezra Stone

We at Mutha Magazine stand with the Movement for Black Lives: with black folks, black families, black writers and artists,


Breathing Lessons

September 8th, 2021 | by Katie Hoogendam

My mother died of a lung disease,one that stalked her all my life. In kindergarten, I was pulled from class, taken to the hospital,


Bad Juju

September 1st, 2021 | by Denise Massar

How could I have been so stupid? So smug? You couldn’t let the universe know when you were flying high


In the World Where My Father Is Dying

August 24th, 2021 | by Jennifer Samson-Acker

In the world before my father was dying, hospitals were hopeful, exciting, and filled with surprise—jelly smeared on my growing uterus, ultrasounds listening for the thump, thump, thump


I Am Afraid / I Am Not Afraid

August 17th, 2021 | by Christina Yovovich

"You said you couldn't do that to me again," he told me this summer. Meaning that I couldn't make him spend yet another year alone in the den, seeing his teacher and peers only over a computer screen


RIP’d Off

July 28th, 2021 | by Jessica Phillips Lorenz

When I first started writing about my family’s experience, I felt compelled to use photos of my daughter and me. She was my kid. I wanted people to see us.


One More Forgiveness

July 27th, 2021 | by Tiffany Graham Charkosky

This call from my son annoyed me; I’d been gone less than one hour out of the past 5,760 hours. "Mom. The tree fell on our house."



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