Monthly Archives: May 2016

Interview with Author Anjali Mitter Duva

“I’m grateful for the flexible schedule that allows me to spend time with [my kids], but I’m also grateful to be able to model for them an occupation that oftentimes feels in direct contrast to the technology-driven culture of instant gratification, busywork and superficial thought that surrounds us.” -Anjali Mitter Duva, author of Faint Promise […]

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Resources and inspirations for Moms relaunching careers

We follow a terrific NYC-based arts blog called The Clyde Fitch Report and they published a wonderful list of resources for mothers relaunching careers after taking some time off for family. Most of these resources are offered by small businesses and nonprofits (like ours!) started by moms who wanted to go back to work themselves but […]

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The Media wants you to see a salon

This article appears in JUST DO ART – May 5, 2016 You can find this article in print in four local newspapers: CHELSEA NOW, THE VILLAGER, VILLAGER EXPRESS, and the DOWNTOWN EXPRESS as well as on all their online pages. We heartily agree–you should attend!
Pen Parentis Literary Salons lauded in four local papers

Pen Parentis Literary Salons lauded in four local papers

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Interview with Novelist Helen Phillips

“I find the experience of being a parent very creatively invigorating; my kids have given me many ideas for stories, and my next novel will be about motherhood.” -Helen Phillips, Novelist, The Beautiful Bureaucrat. View the trailer. PP: Describe your life in the context of writing, parenting and other employment (if applicable). HP: I am an […]

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