Subscribe today and receive our winter issue packed with essays, a short story, an in-depth feature, book reviews and more. Topics range from raising third culture kids, to raising three girls in sin city, to mothering without a mother. Don’t miss out on this beautifully illustrated issue with essays by some of your favorite Brain, Child writers as well as some essays by incredible new talent.
SUBSCRIBE: 1-year subscription $22, 2-year subscription $37.
SINGLE ISSUE: $6.00 U.S. ($7.50 Canada, $10 Overseas)
Winter 2014 Issue Highlights:
ESSAY Beneath the Surface, by Francesca Kaplan Grossman
What happens to the children when both parents are ill?
ESSAY Follow Me, by Judy Labensohn
A mother’s day in the Israeli Army
DEBATE: Is Competition Among Kids Healthy? by Sarah Werthan Buttenweiser and Hilary Levey Friedman
ESSAY: Accompanied, By Kate Levin
Mothering without a Mother
ESSAY: My Son’s Home is an Ibu Village, by Catherine Onyemelukwe
An American mother finds a home for herself and her children in Nigeria
ESSAY: I See London, I See France, by Natalia Cortes-Chaffin
Shielding children from the darker side of Vegas
ESSAY: Patched By Anndee Hochman
Finding acceptance on a family trip to Mexico