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Illustration by Tallulah Pomeroy

Catapult‘s Adopted series launched this morning and I could not be more proud of our beautiful writers! We will be publishing new essays by adopted writers every Tuesday this month, and a later series will feature stories by birth and adoptive parents and siblings.

My introduction to the series, “Rewriting Adoption”:

Megan Galbraith retraces her birth mother’s journey in “Sin Will Find You Out”:

In “Guilt,” James Han Mattson writes of the years he spent in Korea, his reunion with his biological family, and the stories his grandmother told:

I feel like I’ve been gushing about this series and the amazing web team at Catapult forever, but I have to say one more time how grateful I am that they’ve made room for these beautiful and important stories — I owe particular thanks to Catapult’s web editor-in-chief, Yuka Igarashi, who has made my job a breeze. I also want to thank our community here for reading and responding so thoughtfully whenever I’ve written on this subject. I don’t think this series would have happened without your support, and I can’t wait to share the rest of the essays with you.

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