Getting Rid of Mama by Liz Dolan

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What happens when a Jewish mother from Brooklyn moves in with her lesbian daughter and partner in small town, Delaware? Of course, Mother never acknowledges their relationship and the partner decides either she or the mother has got to go. What does a good daughter do? Maybe her and her mother's shared love of film, and especially Bette Davis, will help them save the day. A short story.

About Liz Dolan

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Liz Dolan’s second poetry manuscript, A Secret of Long Life, which is seeking a publisher, was nominated for the Robert McGovern Prize.Her first poetry collection, They Abide, was published by March Street Press. A five-time Pushcart nominee and winner of The Best of the Web, she has also won a $6,000 established artist fellowship in poetry and two honorable mentions in prose from the Delaware Division of the Arts. She recently won $250 for prose from The Nassau Review. Her nine grandkids live one block away from her. They pepper her life.
Published April 8, 2013 by Untreed Reads Publishing. 11 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Gay & Lesbian. Fiction

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