LTYM – Twin Cities – Meet The Producers and Directors

by Tracy on March 24, 2013

We are so pleased to bring LTYM to the Twin Cities for the inaugural local show on May 9, 2013! The Twin Cities is known for its talent, literary community, local theaters and productions, supporting the arts, and being a perfect place to raise a family. For those reasons, and so many more, we know that Listen To Your Mother will have a very happy and successful home in Minnesota.


This week we will introduce you to our talented cast of readers, but today we want you to know a little bit more about us – your local producers and directors, as well as the amazing woman who founded LTYM.


We know you will enjoy this inspiring event celebrating Mother’s Day and hope you can join us.

ANN IMIG National Director, Director/Producer Madison–A stay-at-home humorist, Ann began inflicting herself upon your internet with her blog Ann’s Rants in 2008. Her writing appears on numerous sites including McSweeney’s Internet Tendency and College Humor. Babble recently named her their 2011 funniest Top 50 Twitter Mom, BlogHer named her a 2010-2012 Voice Of The Year, and her 5 and 8 year old boys deemed her The Most Annoying Boss of Everything. Ann founded the live-reading series Listen To Your Mother, spurring a national movement giving Mother’s Day a Microphone. Ann also serves on the Board of Directors for Violence

HEATHER KING Co-Director – loves Minneapolis and St.Paul nearly equally, which is a rare thing for a Minnesotan. She currently lives too far from both of these beloved cities with her husband and three small children, a dog and three egg-giving backyard chickens. Heather has been writing at The Extraordinary Ordinary for over five years and is also a contributor at She Posts, Owning Pink, AllParenting, and A Deeper Family. She is an editor at Story Bleed Magazine and co-host of the BlogHer conference’s Serenity Suite. Heather loves to tell stories and to hear stories, so she’s thrilled to be a part of the Listen To Your Mother team.


VIKKI REICH Co-Director writes about the intersection of contemporary lesbian life, parenthood and pop culture at her personal blog Up Popped A Fox. She is a contributing editor at and contributor at She is currently finishing the Foreword Writing Apprenticeship in Creative Nonfiction at the Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis. When not writing, rapping with her kids or keeping the cat off the dining room table, she enjoys making movies with a cast of
thousands…of marshmallow peeps. She lives in Minneapolis with her partner and two kids and spends every single winter complaining about the cold. Vikki is also part of our talented LTYM- Twin Cities cast.

GALIT BREEN Co-Producer is a Minnesota writer. On any given day she can be found juggling three kids, one husband, one puggle, and her laptop. Galit is a women’s fiction novelist, has had essays published in two anthologies, is a contributing writer to Moonfrye, Kveller, The Huffington Post, AllParenting, and 5 Minutes for Mom, and is the editor of Pens and Paint, a series anthology of children’s poetry and artwork. Galit blogs at These Little Waves and may or may not work for dark chocolate.

TRACY MORRISON Co-Producer is a work-at-home mom to three daughters. After spending 15 years in the corporate marketing and sales world while traveling the world, her children now fill her days with love, challenges, laughter, laundry, humility and unlimited shopping possibilities. Tracy started her personal blog Sellabit Mum in 2008 to document the lighter side of her parenting journey. She also works in the fashion industry, shops way too much, and is a contributing fashion and lifestyle writer at Savvy Sassy Moms. She is also a parenting writer for EverydayFamily and a contributing blogger at The Huffington Post. Her writing has also been featured on Mamalode, In The Powder Room, Mamapedia, All Things Chic,, The Mouthy Housewives, and BlogHer.


Tickets are now on-sale and going fast! Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 at the door. So invite your mom, dad, kids, aunts, uncles, neighbors and friends as we all gather in celebration of Mother’s Day!

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