Mothermorphosis book launch supports PANDA
Good mother. Bad mother. Proud mother. Guilty mother. Sixteen of Australia’s best writers and storytellers have shared their experiences of the joys, challenges and longing of motherhood in Mothermorphosis, a new book that supports PANDA.
This wonderful collection of stories from well-known contributors including: Kathy Lette, Jane Caro, Catherine Deveny and Dee Madigan highlight the questioning, uncertainty and unexpected delight as well as unfathomable loss motherhood can bring.
PANDA CEO Terri Smith joined Mothermorphosis Editor Monica Dux and contributors: Kate Holden, Hilary Harper, George McEncroe, Fatima Measham, Jo Case, Hannah Roberts and Lee Koffman to launch the book on Sunday 16 April.
Terri said, “We are proud to partner with Mothermorphosis and delighted that sales of the book will help support PANDA’s critical work assisting families struggling with perinatal depression and anxiety.
“Motherhood can be marvellous, magical and hugely challenging! This wonderful collection of stories written with warmth, honesty and humour reminds us that motherhood is different for everyone. Along with joy, it can bring sadness and loss. Sharing true stories like the ones in this book helps everyone.”
Special Offer: To receive 25% off the sale price of Mothermorphosis, purchase online at Melbourne University Press and enter the code at checkout MM25.