Bereaved mother, cancer survivor, and recovering lawyer
Mandy Hitchcock is a bereaved mother, cancer survivor, and recovering lawyer. Her essays have been featured or are forthcoming in <em>The Washington Post</em>, Mamalode, The Manifest-Station, <em>The Sun Magazine</em>’s Readers Write, Modern Loss, and the anthology <em>So Glad They Told Me: Women On Getting Real About Motherhood</em> (2016). She lives with her husband and two living children in Carrboro, North Carolina, where she writes away in her basement and practices just a bit of law on the side. You can find her writing at <a href="http://mandyhitchcock.com/" target="_hplink">mandyhitchcock.com</a>, on <a href="https://www.facebook.com/mandyhitchcockwriter" target="_hplink">Facebook</a>, and on <a href="https://twitter.com/mandyhitchcock" target="_hplink">Twitter</a>.