Carla Ciccone

Carla Ciccone is a writer and mom from Toronto. Her work has appeared in The New Yorker, The Cut, Catapult, and bon appétit.

Carla Ciccone


When It Comes To Abortion Rights, Canada Can't Save You — Trust Me

As long as Americans are fighting, again, for their right to choose, they should fight for better than what we have in Canada.


A Kind Friend Showed Me That Nurturing Isn't Only For Mothers

I spent my 30's being mothered by generous women who were single like me.

A Superhero's Journey

Thor Made Me A Mom

The Marvel Cinematic Universe spiritually inducted me into motherhood

The Moms & Dads Are Horny

An Open Letter To My Missing Sex Drive

Will I have sex on Feb 14? Who’s to say. (No.). But I will have sex again.


What We Need Is A Christmas Witch

I would never ask my daughter to totally give up Santa, but tell me: Why not both?

Attachment Theory

Parents Are Secretly Obsessed With Jellycat

The first time we spent the night together, I slept more soundly than I had in months.


Olivia Wilde Is Having A Hot Mom Summer & This Mom Approves

One fine day in 2012, Harry Styles winked at me.


My Plans For A Second Baby Have Changed — Was It Me Or The Pandemic?

After 18 months of a pandemic, I feel fundamentally changed.