Mom Rage is a podcast dedicated to expanding the conversation about motherhood.

In each episode, co-hosts Amelia Morris and Edan Lepucki share their experiences and ask the tough questions: What makes a good mother anyway? How has our own upbringing influenced the way we parent? Is Amelia’s mom actually a bad person or does Amelia have some more “journeying” to do on that topic? Bonus: which country singers are getting it right (Brandi Carlile!) and which are sanctifying ‘Mama’ in a really uncomfortable way? Listen as Amelia and Edan engage various guests—authors, healthcare professionals, normal human parents trying their best—in frank, deep, funny, and enlightening conversations about all the joys and $@&! of motherhood.

This is a podcast for your best and worst selves. Let’s rage.

"I believe increasingly that only the willingness to share private and sometimes painful experience can enable women to create a collective description of the world which will be truly ours."

—Adrienne Rich, Of Woman Born

About the Hosts:

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Amelia Morris is the mother of two boys born almost exactly two years apart: Teddy, age four, and Isaac, age two. She is the author of the blog, Bon Appétempt, named one of the twenty-five best blogs of the year by TIME magazine, as well as the book by the same name: Bon Appétempt: A Coming-of-Age Story With Recipes!. Her work has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, McSweeney’s, The Millions, and USA Today. She used to host a cooking show called In the Kitchen with Amelia & Teddy, where cooking on camera with her kids looked fun. Mom Rage is here to clear the record.  


Edan Lepucki has two kids: her son, Dixon Bean, age six, and her daughter, Ginger, age two. She is the bestselling author of the novels California and Woman No. 17, as well as the novella If You’re Not Yet Like Me. Her fiction and nonfiction have appeared in Esquire Magazine, The New York Times, and McSweeney’s Quarterly Concern, among others, and she is a contributing editor to The Millions.  Edan created the Instagram @mothersbefore and is the founder of Writing Workshops Los Angeles.