Anthology of articles published in the zine Hip mama.
|Other titles||Hip mama|
|Statement||edited by Ariel Gore.|
|Contributions||Gore, Ariel, 1970-|
|LC Classifications||HQ759 .E868 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 326 p. :|
|Number of Pages||326|
|LC Control Number||2004019776|
The Essential Hip Mama captures the heart of a decade’s worth of earthy, honest, soulful parenting—and topics from circumcision to dating, abortion to the belief that "mothers don’t fart." Gore has gathered in one volume the whispers and conversations heard in homes, on playgrounds, and in coffeehouses around the : Basic Books. The Essential Hip Mama: Writing from the Cutting Edge of Parenting by Ariel Gore Editor This collection of excerpts from the epic Hip Mama zine, containing the best of the best—essays on parenthood, work, identity, sex, poverty, picky eating, fears, adventures, and staying true to yourself when you have kids. Get this from a library! The essential Hip mama: writing from the cutting edge of parenting. [Ariel Gore;] -- Reassuring, hopeful and hilarious, "The Essential Hip Mama" is a brilliant testament that one becomes an "expert" simply through the act of mothering, echoing Gore's own words, "Whenever I've needed. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Essential Hip Mama: Writing from the Cutting Edge of Parenting (Live Girls) at Read honest and .
Good Together. The Essential Hip Mama: Writing from the Cutting Edge of Parenting by Ariel Gore; Sticker # Freedom Machine by Elly Blue; Sticker # Coexist by Joe Biel; Wildseed Feminism #3: Safe Spaces: Self-Care, Distraction and Relaxation Techniques! by Rachel Blanton Wildseed Feminism #2: Herbal Remedies for Lifelong Reproductive Care by Rachel Blanton. Hip Mama. The first issue of Hip Mama was by Ariel Gore and published in December, , in Oakland, California as part of her senior project while attending Mills College. Published quarterly, the magazine relocated to Portland, Oregon in the s. It was created as a . Photography, Production, Book-cooker. Jeff is the “Rad Dad” at Hip Mama – again, just don’t ask his daughter. He runs the printing and finishing department, cooks the books and does anything else that Dawn asks (or tells) him to do. The photography services are his initiative and his favourite job to date is photographing a toilet seat. Discover music on Discogs, the largest online music database. Buy and sell music with collectors in the Marketplace.