What Bird Watching Gave Me After My Miscarriage
It was satisfying to see those robins, sparrows, and starlings, because they were still with us. They had stayed.
miscarriage nine weeks, miscarriage empty gestational sac, pregnancy after miscarriage.
Oh look, it’s a wood duck. Did you hear the blue jays? There must be a hawk nearby.
Kate McKean is Vice President and Literary Agent at the Howard Morhaim Literary Agency. She earned her master’s degree in fiction writing at the University of Southern Mississippi and began her publishing career at the University Press of Florida. In addition to working with clients, she is an adjunct professor at New York University.
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