Recently, I’ve begun channeling my inner Nora Ephron (again) through essay writing. Feels like it’s sticking and I look forward to writing more. Here’s what readers had to say my newly published one, SORRY, I CAN’T COME OUT AND PLAY. MY MOTHER IS DYING.
Margaret Bernstein Incredible story, Monice…and what a grabber of a headline! The world owes your mom big-time for producing such a gifted writer.This is a work of beauty, honest and eormous importance. There is almost nothing about how children feel when their parents are seriously ill or die in literature or palliative care. It’s all about in the past — how parents feel when losing children. A must read for clinicians and therapist who care for children and families.
You can check out my essay at Entropy Magazine and feel free to leave a comment!