Amy Whipple is part-time church lady, part-time writer, and full-time awesome. She lives in Pittsburgh with her son and can be found at local playgrounds and the in the Guardian, among other places.
The Dubious Ways Parents Are Pressured to Give Up Their Children for Adoption
After feeling duped by adoption agencies, these women are on a mission to combat adoption coercion.
This Type of Blindness Technically Isn’t an Eye Problem
“The child sees what we see, but they can’t interpret it.”
What It's Like to Take Your Depression Public
Podcast host Paul Gilmartin believes having someone—or a whole audience—to struggle with is underrated.