Sarah Elizabeth Richards 

How would you live your life if you could stop your biological clock? If you could finally be free of the “baby panic” that has tormented an entire generation of women who postponed motherhood to pursue degrees or careers?

Would you date better? Marry later? Relax more? Journalist Sarah Elizabeth Richards follows four women who attempt to preserve their fertility through the groundbreaking science of egg freezing.

Motherhood, Rescheduled: The New Frontier of Egg Freezing and the Women Who Tried It is a first-of-its-kind account of what happens to women after they freeze their eggs. Do they benefit from extra time? Do they make better decisions about men and mating? Finally, do their frozen eggs help them have babies years later when their natural fertility is gone?

In a fascinating, fast-paced non-fiction book that reads like a novel, the author tackles these deeply human dilemmas – while examining the controversial science and social consequences of older motherhood. (Simon & Schuster)

TELEVISION






RADIO



WNYC The Brian Lehrer Show - New York City NPR
Stopping the Biological Clock (May 10, 2013)


 



American Public Media
Preserving Fertility for the Low Price of $50,000
(May 23, 2013)  


KQED Forum - San Francisco NPR
Motherhood, Deferred: Freezing Your Eggs (May 31, 2013)



  


KUOW The Conversation with Ross Reynolds - Seattle NPR
Egg Freezing: A Game-Changer For Women?
 (June 6, 2013
)




BBC World Service 
World Update Fertility Series (July 25, 2013)  




TELEVISION





'I Froze My Eggs': Sarah Elizabeth Richards Discusses Her Experience on HuffPost Live (May 22, 2013)





PANELS





Meet the Authors: Conversations with Best-Selling Science Writers (June 1, 2013)






PRINT











“Ice, Ice Babies: Women are turning to egg freezing as a form of  ‘fertility insurance’” by Serena Kutchinsky (April 7, 2013)







Elle U.S. 
“Ice, Ice, Baby – Egg freezing update: A new book, Motherhood Rescheduled, reveals the latest science on prolonging your fertility” by Claire Gutierrez (April 22, 2013) 


Elle France

“Ovolytes Congeles: En Enfant Quand Je Veux?” by Isabelle Duriez (June 28, 2013) 







La Presse of Montreal

“Mettre Bebe Sur La Glace” by Catherine Handfield  (May 12, 2013)






“Why All Women Should Freeze Their Eggs at 30” by Kathryn Knight (May 19, 2013)





 


“Motherhood, Rescheduled: Women’s Stories of Freezing Their Eggs” by Beth Whitehouse (June 3, 2013)








“The Costs of Buying More Time For A Baby” by Blanca Torres (Sept. 27, 2013)







“Congelare gli Ovociti: Scelta O Necessita?” by Cristina Sarto (November, 2013)






ONLINE



“I Should Have Frozen my Eggs” by Amy Klein (May 21, 2013)






Excerpt – Motherhood  Rescheduled: To Freeze or Not to Freeze
In her new book, Sarah Elizabeth Richards discusses reproductive science and why she's glad she froze her eggs (May 30, 2013)







“Egg Freezing: Buying Time – and a Whole New Attitude” by Jennifer Rainey Marquez (May 31, 2013)





 


“Egg Freezing: A New Frontier in Fertility. More women are choosing to freeze their eggs. Should you?” by Rachel Pomerance (July 11, 2013)






“Freezing Your Future Children” by Karina Cano (Aug. 7, 2013)







“Freeze My Eggs, Please!” by Pooja Bhatia (Oct. 16, 2013)







“What's the Right Age to Freeze Your Eggs? A new study finds that women who expect to delay pregnancy should consider freezing their eggs a lot earlier than expected” by Alice Gomstyn




ORIGINAL PIECES



  

Op-Ed Contributor -- Alimony for Your Eggs (Sept. 7, 2013)


Op-Ed Contributor -- We Need to Talk About Our Eggs (Oct. 22, 2012)







Why I Froze My Eggs (And You Should, Too):
Amid all the talk of 'leaning in' and 'having it all,' we've ignored the most powerful gender-equalizer of all (May 3, 2013)










Do you Know Where Your Eggs Are?: You’re panicked at the idea of having kids now, and panicked at the idea of having them later. In the first of a two-part series about your eggs, Cosmo asks: When it comes to fertility, has freaking out become the new normal? (June 2013)


Freezing Your Eggs – Is This What We’re All Doing Now?:
 Women under 30 are turning to egg freezing to quiet their fertility fears. But the decision can bring issues of its own (July 2013)






The Freedom of Freezing:
 Putting a hold on her ticking biological clock allowed Sarah Elizabeth Richards to stave off her baby panic — and finally enjoy being single. (May 2013)

The Baby Dilemma: Hope in a Tank (April 2008) 


Should You Freeze Your Eggs?
 (March 2008)




Burned Out on Dating?
 How to Take A Break When You're "On the Clock" (Oct. 17, 2013)


How to Decode a "Maybe" Man
 (Sept. 11, 2013)




Want The Confidence To Find Your Dream Man?
 Freeze Your Eggs (July 31, 2013) 






The Agony of the Undecided:
 Does Egg Freezing Help Women Know if They Want Kids? (Aug. 8, 2013)


Should You Badger Your Friends to Freeze Their Eggs?
 (Sept. 6, 2013)





Do You Have to Be Rich to Freeze Your Eggs?
Not Anymore. Competition and a Controversial Method Are Finally Bringing Prices Down (Aug. 22, 2013)

 

Freeze! Egg freezing is supposed to give women control over their biological clock. So why won’t more women do it? (May 20, 2013)

 

Is Egg Freezing Unfairly Marginalized?: Why the experimental label should be removed from the procedure (March 15, 2010)

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