About Zibby Owens
Zibby Owens is a freelance writer and mother of four in New York City and the host of popular podcast, "Moms Don't Have Time to Read Books." Zibby published her first magazine article, a personal essay for Seventeen magazine, when she was in high school and has been writing - and publishing - ever since. She has covered topics such as home design, work-outs, weddings, photography, grief and aging. Most recently, she has focused on finding the humor in the everyday struggles of parenthood.
Her work has appeared in Redbook, Marie Claire, Shape, SELF, Modern Bride and other magazines, as well as online in the New York Times, TODAY Parents, Huff Post Parents, Scary Mommy, Kveller, Mommy Nearest and Medium.
Zibby hosts the podcast, "Moms Don't Have Time with Zibby Owens," in which she interviews writers of all types about their work for listeners who might not have as much time as they'd like to read. It's available on Apple Podcasts (iTunes), Podbean and Stitcher.
A graduate of Yale University and Harvard Business School, Zibby has a marketing and branding background, especially for start-ups and consumer products companies. She recently helped launch a family owned and operated crumb cake business based in Charleston, SC, called Nene’s Treats. Slogan: You won’t leave a crumb. (Available for purchase at Goldbely.com.)
She currently lives in Manhattan, where she was born and raised, with her four children ages 3-11 and her husband, Kyle Owens, of Morning Moon Productions.