Illuminating women’s clout and influence both online and in the political realm, , Mothers of Intention studies the rise of the motherhood political movement and how online and social media tools have enabled women to become a larger and more powerful presence in the world of politics and activism.
Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox delves into the nuances of our complicated feelings about one of the most powerful women ever in American politics – Hillary Rodham Clinton. In this collection, editor/author Joanne Cronrath Bamberger provides the narrative framework through which to view the history that led us to this moment in time when voters had to decide whether they could forgive Hillary Clinton for not being the perfect candidate or the perfect woman. Bamberger then hands the to stage to a unique and diverse group of writers of all ages, walks of life, and political affiliations, while also weighing in with her own essay, “I Don’t Need Hillary Clinton to Be Perfect.”
Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox has won several awards, including the Gold Medal as the 2016 Best in Category for Women in Politics in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards, as well as the Bronze Medal for the Women in Politics Category in the 2016 Independent Publisher “IPPY” awards.