ANN IMIG is the founder of the live-reading series and video sharing company LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER and editor of the acclaimed anthology LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER: What She Said Then, What We’re Saying Now (Putnam Books, 2015). A Stay-At-Home Humorist, Ann’s writing has been featured on sites like CollegeHumor, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, The Huffington Post and The Washington Post. National TV appearances include, NBC Nightly News and the webseries Battleground and The Louise Log. Ann’s blog ( has been named a Babble Top 100 Mom Blog, A BlogHer Voice of the Year, and a SheKnows Top 5 Funniest Mom Blog. Ann lives with her husband and children in Madison, Wisconsin.

photo(1)Barbara Herel, Producer — is a professional mommy person, freelance writer, and blogger. Her articles about parenting, open adoption, and her tired-old eggs have been published in scores of places, including Scary Mommy, Adoptive Families magazine, and on page 31 in a very cool anthology called The Zen of Midlife Mothering. Barbara was a cast member in the 2014 Listen To Your Mother: NYC show and again in 2016. She began her career in television, writing and performing sketch comedy for NBC and Oxygen. You can connect with Barbara in the usual ways – on Facebook, Twitter, and on her personal blog Improv Mom.

11037113_10152960625007063_3943751863098945594_nElizabeth Robinson, Producer — is an actress, writer, singer, force free dog trainer, blogger, photographer, and administrative ninja.  She has written and performed her own work and the works of others in the US and the UK. She was a 2013 cast member of LTYM NYC and is celebrating her fourth year as producer. She lives in Brooklyn with her middle-aged dog and elderly cat and wishes they would listen to their mother more often.        


-1Amy Wilson Director — returns as LTYM NYC’s director for the fifth year. She is the co-host of the parenting podcast “What Fresh Hell: Laughing in th Face of Motherhood” with LTYM NYC alum Margaret Ables. Amy is the author of When Did I Get Like This? (HarperCollins) and “Mother Load,” a one-woman show which toured to 16 cities after running off-Broadway. She co-starred in The Last Night of Ballyhoo on Broadway, appeared as a series regular on two sitcoms and has guest starred in many other TV shows and films. She has written for magazines like Redbook and American Baby, and news websites like CNN, NPR, and The New York Times. Check out



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