Polly Rosenwaike has published stories in The O. Henry Prize Stories 2013, Glimmer Train, New England Review, Colorado Review, Iron Horse Literary Review, New Delta Review, and other magazines. She regularly reviews books for the San Francisco Chronicle; her reviews and essays have also appeared in the New York Times Book Review, The Millions, and The Brooklyn Rail. She has taught creative writing to college students at Eastern Michigan University and to elementary and middle school students through Seattle Arts & Lectures’ Writers in the Schools program and Hugo House. Currently, she serves as fiction editor for Michigan Quarterly Review and works as a freelance editor. Polly lives in Ann Arbor with the poet Cody Walker and their two daughters.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Polly sat down with Googler, Stacey Kulongowski, for a fireside chat around the joys and challenges of motherhood in her latest fiction short stories book, Look How Happy I’m Making You. Polly shares an excerpt from one of the stories in the book and takes us through her own experiences of motherhood that inspired her to write these stories. Witty, empathetic, and precisely observe*d, Look How Happy I’m Making You,* offers the rare, honest portrayal of pregnancy and new motherhood in a culture obsessed with women’s most intimate choices.
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