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Interviews

I have finally completed two interviews I’ve been working on.  One was for an upcoming issue of Home Education Magazine.  The other was for a book which is currently being written about the Quiverfull movement  and which is scheduled for release by Beacon Press in November of 2008. 

I will keep everyone advised as to specifics.  All involved in these projects are good, progressive, pro-women people and their work deserves to be widely read and circulated. I feel good about the way the interviews turned out.

Heart

Discussion

7 thoughts on “Interviews

  1. I am looking fwd to reading both interviews, though such a long wait for the book one😦 I am thrilled someone is writing a book about the Quiverfull movement. There has been little of depth written about it, most commentary I would put in the ‘gawking’ category. Gawking in shock and disbelief, followed by ridicule. Gawking in shock and disbelief, followed by gushing about how wonderful these families must be. No one ever gets past the gawking. Whether it’s positive or negative most articles don’t move past the gawking stage.

    Posted by Arietty | January 2, 2008, 11:11 pm
  2. I am looking forward to reading both interviews too. I did not know about the Quiverfull movement until I came across your blog. Thanks for your wonderful writing and the education you have provided me.🙂

    Posted by RowdyKittens | January 3, 2008, 12:01 am
  3. Hey mom Solomon andi are downstairs on the wii right now🙂 We love you ha ha ha look we’re probably in your comment spam thing!!!

    Posted by hi mom | January 4, 2008, 8:26 am
  4. P.s don’t get mad 🙂

    Posted by hi mom | January 4, 2008, 8:27 am
  5. YOU ARE A COOL MOM

    LOVEMBARGOES SOL!!!!

    Posted by hi mom | January 4, 2008, 8:28 am
  6. WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT.

    Posted by hi mom | January 4, 2008, 8:29 am
  7. HA! 😀

    One of my daughters and her boyfriend got my three youngest kids a Wii for Christmas, and then one of them bought the internet thingie for the Wii, which means they can go on the internet on the television set via the Wii.

    It is interesting, have to say, logging in to Women’s Space on the television!

    I asked what the “lovembargoes” thing is about and my daughter said for some reason, when they were typing in “love”, the Wii kept offering them words that started with “e” so they decided “embargoes” would be good to add to “love.” HA! And here I thought it was one of those internet/gamer things like lulz or “all your base are belong to me” or “kay,thnx,bai,” or whatever.

    This diversion brought to you courtesy of the marauding-in-the-night, exuberant-about-the-Wii Amazon Tribe of Heart. 😀

    xxxxxooooo
    to my darlings.

    All anti-child persons, hmph.😛

    Heart

    Posted by womensspace | January 4, 2008, 1:17 pm

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