“I found the subject of this book so essential to the understanding of female labor, its social value, and its implications in our everyday lives, that I would recommend Mothercoin as a mandatory reading for every freshman class in College in the US. This is an account that affects all of us, and the stories collected by the author bring forward uncomfortable questions that must be raised.”
—Anadeli Bencomo, Professor, Department of Hispanic Studies, University of Houston
“Beautifully written, a perfect balance between the humanity of the women portrayed in it, and the self-consciousness of the author about her own role in that context. A timely, important work, and I can’t wait to see it out there, sparking conversations around one of the most important gears that keep this country running.”
—Eileen Truax, author of We Built the Wall, Dreamers, and How Does it Feel to be Unwanted?