The Mom Egg is an annual print literary journal of poetry, fiction, creative prose and art by mothers about everything, and by everyone about mothers and motherhood. The Mom Egg was founded in 2003 by Joy Rose, as the official literary magazine of Mamapalooza, an annual festival for mother-artists. Alana Ruben Free, a poet and playwright, took the helm as editor, a post she held through 2008; Marjorie Tesser joined as an editor in 2006. The Mom Egg’s mission is to expand the conversation to include varied perspectives by and of mothers, and to increase opportunities for mothers, women and artists. Congratulations Mom Egg!