Literary Orphans

Anna March's Foundlings

Anna March's Foundlings is a column in each issue of Literary Orphans that is an exploration of who we are as we discover ourselves. It is an ongoing look at aspects of our identity. The column features author conversations and interviews, fiction, non-fiction, poetry and assorted other forms. Please click this link to learn more about it!

In this edition, Anna March gives us a piece of from her own heart--a piece of self-discovery and familial anchors, a piece in which she examines the power of naming and how these names impacted who she was and who she wanted to be. A story of shame and redemption. Click below to read this passionate piece.

Anna March - What's in a Name? (A biography of sorts) 20 min