People who were pregnant at the start of the pandemic are just beginning to deliver their babies — we find out what researchers are learning about the effects of the coronavirus on pregnancy. Then, a San Francisco poet uses flowers as a theme to address some heavy issues. And, a San Jose author’s new novel is set in the Kurdish region of Iran.
- Local Researchers Rush To Gather Data About COVID19 And Pregnancy
- Resiliency Blooms In Thea Matthews’ Book "Unearth [The Flowers]"
- New Novel Set In Iraq Is The First Written In English By A Kurdish Woman
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