NY Times Interview Request for Expectant Mothers Considering Adoption

The New York Times is working on a piece about adoption from a birthmother/expectant mother point of view. Emily Brennan has already conducted interviews with many birthmothers. I, myself, have already interviewed with Emily and I think you will find, should you decide to interview with her yourself, that she does a very good job and is totally up front. Currently, Emily is seeking expectant mothers who are considering adoption, at any level, for her article. If you are an expectant mother considering adoption, please see the email, from Emily, below.

Thanks!

NY Times Interview Request
 

For a New York Times article, I am interested in speaking to pregnant women who are considering adoption for their child. I’m open to speaking to women at any level of consideration, from those who are already in touch with an agency to those who have given it just a passing thought. I’d like to ask you about your life and your circumstances to understand how adoption first came to mind. I’m particularly interested in talking to women who already have a child or children at home. Most of these interviews would be for background, and I’d be happy to explain the specifics of the article before we conduct the interview. If you’re open to speaking to me, please feel free to e-mail me at emily.brennan@nytimes.com.

Many Thanks!

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