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Writing

Jennifer Hull’s essays and articles have appeared in national magazines, on the radio, on websites and in two anthologies.

Below are samples of her work. Contact Jennifer for reprint information or for more clips.

Jennifer is also the author of the award-winning book, Beyond One: Growing a Family and Getting a Life.

Essays

 

Central American Dreams: This essay on traveling alone in the Third World was featured in the anthology, Go Your Own Way: Women Travel the World Solo.
Reproductive as a Rabbit, Abstinent as a Nun: This essay on a mom’s roller coaster sex life was included in the anthology Life As We Know It: A Collection of Personal Essays from Salon.com.
List As Mediator: The “his” and “hers” household to-do list that keeps us sane.
Hear Me Whine: Why a mom needs to gripe–as long as someone listens. (Women are having their husbands read this one!)
Baby Bomb: A radio commentary on the explosive effect of a new baby on a marriage.

Articles

The Lost Boys: A report on the kindergarten gender gap.
We Used to Hate Each Other’s Guts: Moms and stepmoms can get along. Just ask Lynne and Louise.
It’s 8:00 a.m. Who Has the Baby? ThirdPath helps parents choose the road less traveled – a look at shared parenting.
About Jennifer

A former journalist for The Wall Street Journal and Time, Jennifer is the award-winning author of Beyond One: Growing a Family and Getting a Life and pens the MidAge Mom blog.

She’s profiled exceptional women from the Middle East to Latin America. Widely published, her essays have been included in two anthologies.

Jennifer is also a frequent radio and TV guest. Full Bio

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In Beyond One, Jennifer chronicles her leap from one child to two, describing the enormous impact the second child has on a woman’s body, marriage, family life, friendships and work.

"Hull is the kind of woman many moms long to be friends with. . ." -The Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Credits

The Wall Street Journal, Time, The Atlantic Monthly, CNN.com, MS., Parenting, Real Simple, Salon.com, The Los Angeles Times Magazine, Working Mother, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire, American Way, Brain, Child, The Christian Science Monitor, and more.

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