MOMS DON’T HAVE TIME TO HAVE KIDS: A Timeless Anthology
Women's Philanthropy hosts a virtual evening with Zibby Owens
In Moms Don’t Have Time to Have Kids: A Timeless Anthology, award-winning podcast host Zibby Owens curates 53 essays by 49 authors to help us all feel understood, inspired, and less alone.
Join Zibby, in discussion with our very own Robyn Morrison, as she shares highlights of these dazzling essays about the many things moms don't have time to do (sleep, socialize, get sick, write, lose weight) in a new timeless collection that can be read in short bursts or all at once. Topics range from taking care of an aging grandmother, mourning the loss of a family member, battling insomnia, wrestling with body image, coping with chronic illness, navigating writer's block, the power of women's friendship, and more!
Named “NYC’s Most Powerful Book-fluencer” by New York magazine’s Vulture, Zibby currently lives in New York with her husband and four children (ages 6 to 14). She always has a book nearby.
Virtual | No charge | Open to the community
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More about our special guest Zibby Owens:
Zibby is the creator and host of the award-winning podcast Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books, one of Oprah.com’s favorite book podcasts two years in a row. As the CEO and founder of Moms Don’t Have Time To, Zibby has formed a media company that includes multiple podcasts, publications like Moms Don’t Have Time to Write, and other communities designed to help moms. She is the CEO, Reader in Chief, and Co-Founder with Leigh Newman of Zibby Books, a publishing home for fiction and memoir. She is the editor of the award-winning anthology Moms Don’t Have Time To: A Quarantine Anthology and the anthology Moms Don’t Have Time to Have Kids; she is the author of the children’s book Princess Charming and an upcoming memoir. Zibby is the weekly books columnist for Katie Couric Media and the KCM Wake Up Call newsletter. She is a regular contributor to Good Morning America online and writes for the Washington Post, Parents, Slate, and Medium, where she is a top writer. Zibby regularly recommends books on TV and has been featured on CBS Mornings and Good Morning America. Named “NYC’s Most Powerful Book-fluencer” by New York magazine’s Vulture, Zibby currently lives in New York with her husband and four children. She always has a book nearby. For additional information, visit www.zibbyowens.com.
More about our moderator Robyn Morrison:
Family is everything to Robyn and so is her work as an advisor and educator in investing at the intersection of money and meaning. Robyn guides individuals, families, small businesses, and foundations to effectively increase their access to, effectiveness in, and alignment of deploying capital through a variety of social and impact investments as well as philanthropic grants.
As a passionate advocate of mission-driven causes, Robyn is engaged in numerous philanthropic activities, serving on several boards and committees in various capacities including the Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York.
Robyn resides in Loudonville with her husband, David, 3-year-old son, Myles, and 8-month-old daughter, Wren.
Sponsor: Women's Philanthropy, PJ Library, and Jewish Federation of NENY