Riding Shotgun: Women Write About Their Mothers

Borealis Books | 2008
Edited by Kathryn Kysar

Ridiging Shotgun

Women authors write about their mothers.

Riding Shotgun stands out from the overly sentimental books that show up every spring (like mayflies, but slightly more long-lived), because it is a collection of memoirs and creative nonfiction that’s worth reading, even if one’s maternal relationship is slightly problematic.”  ~Kel Munger, Newsreview.com

Includes my essay “When We Were In the Projects.”