Friday, December 19, 2014

an interview

This fall I took on a bit of a new adventure, pushing myself in ways that were new and not always comfortable.  I have a deep respect and warmth for Mollie and Kendall Guillemette of Grounded Magazine and I have contributed a few essays to their magazine over the past year.  And so, when they asked me if I would like to assume the editing work for the Winter issue of their magazine while they took some time to be with their new baby, I was honored.

And fairly nervous, honestly.

But the support from Mollie and Kendall and the thoughts, words, and images of the contributors who I had the good fortune of working with during the building of this issue have all affected me.  And I will be carrying this experience forward, both in my work and in our family life.

Grounded Magazine, which I have written about before, is a special space in the world of parenting magazines.  The coming Winter issue, Inherit, will be released on December 21st.  I hope you will take a look.  There are some wonderful contributors included there who will make you think, wonder, laugh, and reflect.  Just in time for the new season and all of its celebrations of family.

In anticipation of the issue, today they published an interview with me here.  I hope you enjoy it.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Rebecca, I thoroughly enjoyed your interview with Grounded - we feel very similarly about many things and I remember that blog post you wrote about Jane/Tommy in the basement... how I laughed! I'm looking forward to reading more of your work as Molly and Kendall continue with their beautiful publication.


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