Rewilding the menopause
Women should be allowed to experience the moment of change without fear, shame or drugs quickly foisted upon them.
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Joanna Pocock is an Irish-Canadian writer living in London via Montana. Her essays, reviews, and travel pieces have appeared in Distinctly Montana, Litro, The Sunday Independent, The Los Angeles Times, the Nation, Orion, The Tahoma Literary Review, 3:AM and on the Dark Mountain blog. In 2017, she was shortlisted for the Barry Lopez Narrative Nonfiction Prize. She also teaches creative writing at the University of the Arts in London and works as a freelance editor for a variety of publishers.