Whether through inter-cultural marriage, international adoption, or peripatetic lifestyles, modern families are increasingly multicultural. In this collection, 20 women around the world ponder the unique joys and challenges of raising children across two or more cultures. Contributors include Susannah Elisabeth Pabot, Saffia Farr, Violeta Garcia-Mendoza, Leza Lowitz, Katherine Barrett, Stacy M. Lewis, Anjali Enjeti-Sydow, Angela Turzynski-Azimi, Michele Corkery, Kathy Hamilton, Holly Thompson, Corey Heller, Dee Thompson, Kate MacVean, Juli Herman, Rose Kent, Devorah Lifshutz, Xujun Eberlein, Andrea Martins and Marie Lamba.
Suzanne Kamata's work has appeared in over 100 publications. She is the author of the novel, Losing Kei, and a picture book, Playing for Papa, both addressing bicultural families. She is also the editor of two previous anthologies - The Broken Bridge: Fiction from Expatriates in Literary Japan and Love You to Pieces: Creative Writers on Raising a Child with Special Needs. Born and raised in Michigan, and most recently from South Carolina, she now lives in Shikoku.