Chelsea , VT (PRWEB) March 26, 2007
Moms everywhere can enjoy a time-out for some gut-busting entertainment when reading the seventh issue of Mom Writer's Literary Magazine. Literati for the layperson, MWLM addresses typical situations moms face with a poetic twist.
Meredith O'Brien, who writes columns Mommy Track'd and blogs about parenting for the Boston Herald's web site, is interviewed this month about her new book, A Suburban Mom: Notes from the Asylum, a collection of columns on modern, flawed parenthood amid the pressure for parental perfection.
"Life's too short for moms to make themselves crazy and guilty over the fact that their toddler ate cat food from the bowl on the kitchen floor," quips O'Brien, "We all need to chill out. Seriously."
Named "One of the Best Sites for Writers" by Writer's Digest Magazine, Mom Writer's Literary Magazine releases quarterly issues to an ever-growing subscriber base. This quarter features not only Meredith O'Brien, but also Cathi Hanauer, Martha O'Connor, Mary Pierce Brosmer, fiction book reviews by Tracy Lyn Moland, and a guest review on Elizabeth Pantley 's new release The No Cry Discipline Solution.
Founder and President Paula Schmitt marvels at the support the literary community has shown for her fledgling magazine.
"High-profile women such as Meredith O'Brien and veteran parenting author Elizabeth Pantley set the standard for us mothers who wish to pursue their dreams while raising a family," remarks Schmitt, who also is the creator of What Did You Do All Day? a weekly blog podcast for moms. She is the mother of five children.
"Our next issue will mark our second anniversary and we have some very big upcoming news to share" states Schmitt. "We are thrilled to serve such a diverse community of mom writers."
About Mom Writer's Literary Magazine Editor in Chief
Paula Schmitt, founder and CEO of Mom Writer's Productions, LLC, is the Editor and President of Mom Writer's Literary Magazine which launched June of 2005. The Mom Writer's Literary Magazine honors the fulfilling and tedious work that women do by making their stories visible through print. Paula knows firsthand what it's like to launch and develop a writing career from home while balancing family life. For more information, please visit http://www.MomWritersLitMag.com, or email Editor(at)MomWritersLitMag.com.