Nefertiti Austin Audio Books

Nefertiti Austin, an author and memoirist, writes about the erasure of diverse voices in motherhood. Her work around this topic has been short-listed for literary awards and appeared in a number of media outlets, including the Huffington Post,, Mutha, and adoptive families magazines, PBS SoCal’s “To Foster Change,” and PBS Parents. She earned degrees in US history and African American studies. She is a former certified PS-MAPP trainer, where she co-led classes for participants wanting to attain a license to foster and/or adopt children from the foster-care system. She is an alumna of the Breadloaf Writers’ Conference, and her first two novels, Eternity and Abandon, helped usher in the black romance genre in the mid-1990s.

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Extended Sample Motherhood So White by Nefertiti Austin
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