The Motherlode: Our Top Weekly Links

Written by Katie Hintz-Zambrano
2:00 pm
09/23/22

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Björk on music, motherhood, and the death of her own mother. (Pitchfork, Another)

Björk’s daughter, Ísadóra Bjarkardóttir Barney, is The Gentlewoman’s latest cover star. (The Gentlewoman)

An argument for embracing the ordinary pleasures of Black motherhood. (Boston Review)

As outrage over Mahsa Amini’s death spreads globally, her father explains how authorities in Iran lied to him. (CNN)

“She was never spoken of again.” Bono recounts his mother’s death in his new memoir. (The Guardian)

Why adults still stress-dream about school. (The Atlantic)

The author of The First Forty Days on recognizing pregnancy as sacred. (MOTHER)

A thoughtful review of Angela Garbes’ Essential Labor. (Public Books)

The “corn kid” Tariq gets a New York Times feature. (NYTimes)

Goodbye “tiger mom,” hello “jellyfish parent.” (The Guardian)

How one woman is coping with her mother’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis through art. (NPR)

Shakira on motherhood and the pain of her separation. (Elle)

16 brain-boosting nutrients every parent should know. (MOTHER)

Tea Collection is having a big sale to welcome fall. (Tea Collection)

Will cursive be lost with Gen Z? (The Atlantic)

The heartbreak and high cost of losing a child in America. (NPR)

Smoking and drinking is down for U.S. teens, vaping and pot use are up. (U.S. News & World Report)

A new way for toddlers to play with their food. (MOTHER)

Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg are expecting a third daughter. (Facebook)

Charlize Theron on juggling solo motherhood with acting. (Harper’s Bazaar)

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