Molly Caro May is a writer whose work
explores body, place, and the foreign/familiar. Her latest book,
Body Full of Stars: Female Rage and My Passage Into
Motherhood, was named a “searingly eloquent memoir” by
Kirkus and excerpted in TIME and Lenny
Letter. Her first book, The Map of Enough: One
Woman's Search for Place was called “addictive”
by Elle Magazine. She teaches personal narrative and
story workshops online and across the country and gave a TEDx talk
called “Female Rage and Resilience in the Modern Era.” Her mission
is to work with story as a healing tool.
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