Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books
Julie Satow, THE PLAZA

Julie Satow, THE PLAZA

June 12, 2019

Julie Satow is the author of The Plaza: The Secret Life of America’s Most Famous Hotel. She is an award-winning journalist who has covered real estate in New York for over a decade. Listen to us chat about The Plaza - both a biography of the hotel and a social history of New York - and her inspiration to write this fascinating story!

 

Bonus: watch us on Vimeo! 

Catherine McCord, WEELICIOUS. ONE FAMILY. ONE MEAL.

Catherine McCord, WEELICIOUS. ONE FAMILY. ONE MEAL.

June 11, 2019

Cookbook author and blogger, Catherine McCord, shares her tips for cooking for the whole family in this episode. Her two cookbooks in the WEELICIOUS series (and upcoming third one!) offer easy-to-follow, visually appealing lunchboxes and meals for kids. Hear how she got started and what her secrets are! 

Lisa Barr, THE UNBREAKABLES

Lisa Barr, THE UNBREAKABLES

June 10, 2019

Award-winning author Lisa Barr talks about her most recent novel, The Unbreakables, a sexy beach read about a protagonist who loses everything she knew and how she reinvents herself. Listen to Lisa talk about the inspiration for the book, the symbolism throughout, and "self-recovery."

 

Zibby’s essay: “Time Keeps On Slipping into the Future… Especially as a Mom”

Zibby’s essay: “Time Keeps On Slipping into the Future… Especially as a Mom”

June 7, 2019

Here's a short (5 min!) essay I wrote recently on Kveller.com called, "Time Keeps On Slipping into the Future... Especially as a Mom." It's about how quickly the kids are growing up, how life plays out in full view in NYC vs LA, and how I'm coping with it all. I hope you enjoy! Let me know what you think! zibby@zibbyowens.com

Nicola Harrison, MONTAUK

Nicola Harrison, MONTAUK

June 6, 2019

Nicola Harrison, a native of England who studied literature at UCLA and received an MFA in creative writing at Stony Brook, has published her debut novel after an extensive career in magazines. Listen to Nicola (a first-time podcast interviewee!) discuss the inspiration for her captivating book, Montauk, the meaningful and timeless topics the book explores like loss, infertility, and marriage and divorce, and the contrast between the Long Island town of Montauk now and when the book was set in 1938.

Wendy Walker, THE NIGHT BEFORE

Wendy Walker, THE NIGHT BEFORE

June 4, 2019

Wendy is the national best-selling author of All Is Not ForgottenEmma in the Night, and now her latest work, The Night Before. Listen to Wendy talk about her newest book, and how research and psychology play into creating in-depth characters in this compelling thriller.

Brian Solis, LIFESCALE: HOW TO LIVE A MORE CREATIVE, PRODUCTIVE AND HAPPY LIFE

Brian Solis, LIFESCALE: HOW TO LIVE A MORE CREATIVE, PRODUCTIVE AND HAPPY LIFE

May 30, 2019

Listen to 7-time best-selling author, Brian Solis, as he discusses how to stay focused despite our many technological distractions, how to recover from a life of multi-tasking, and what we need to do to access of inner creativity. 

Darcy Lockman, ALL THE RAGE

Darcy Lockman, ALL THE RAGE

May 28, 2019

Darcy Lockman, Ph.D., talks gender roles in marriage, how to get your husband to NOT just stand there while you make chicken nuggets, all the research on what women are suited for more than men, and how to navigate all the complexities of a family. 

Zibby’s essay: “Moving On Up”

Zibby’s essay: “Moving On Up”

May 26, 2019

I'm trying something new. I'll be releasing one essay episode a week of an article that I've written. Always short. Hopefully relatable! This piece, published on Medium.com, is called, "Moving On Up: A Mother Says Goodbye to Her Little Boy and Hello to Her Young Man." It's about the end of the school year, the passage of time, how it all happens quickly but really in a sea of terribles and amazings. I might cry at the end (sorry!!). Let me know what you think! zibby@zibbyowens.com

Reema Zaman, I AM YOURS: A SHARED MEMOIR

Reema Zaman, I AM YOURS: A SHARED MEMOIR

May 23, 2019

Reema Zaman shares her intimate stories as a woman recovering from years of mistreatment from the male hand and how she has turned to love to channel those feelings. From Bangladesh to Seattle, Reema covers the globe searching for herself as an actress to an activist. Her voice alone is worth listening to!!