I sometimes take visual and emotional snapshots vowing to remember this moment for the rest of my life. One happened when my family and I left my childhood home to move 500 miles away. The moving van door was open, I was twelve years old. Standing on our peeling white porch in the sun, I realized my […]
Heather Saunders Estes has been writing all her life and recently left her long-term role as CEO of a reproductive health non-profit. She thoroughly enjoys more time to reflect, write and study. Living in San Francisco, many of her poems include fog, politics, sex, family and urban gardening. Poetry brings her joy, healing and humor.