Research shows that people, like never before, really do live for their kids. We live in the era of the helicopter parent. Gone are the days when packs of 9-year-olds ran amok in the park unsupervised. The parent-child relationship has undergone a massive realignment recently—gender roles are changing, too. Everything is changing. Mulling this all over for you on March 13, you’ll find JESS WALTER, National Book Award finalist and The Financial Lives of Poets writer; TIPHANIE YANIQUE, Caribbean fiction writer, poet, and author of Land of Love and Drowning (Penguin); and poet MEGAN SNYDER-CAMP, local author of the Tupelo Press/Crazyhorse First Book Award winning The Forest of Sure Things. You'll also hear parent-themed music from Girls in Trouble frontwoman Alicia Jo Rabins, who recently gave birth to her second child.
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