Minna Dubin is a writer, workshop facilitator, and occasional public artist in Berkeley, California. Her essays and reported articles on motherhood and identity have appeared in outlets like The New York Times, Salon, Parents, HuffPost, The Forward, Hobart, and The Philadelphia Inquirer. She is the recipient of an artist enrichment grant from the Kentucky Foundation for Women, and has been awarded writing residencies at InCahoots, WordSpace Studios, Kentucky Foundation for Women’s Hopscotch House and Lacawac Sanctuary.
As a leading feminist voice on mom rage, Minna has appeared on MSNBC, Good Morning America, The Tamron Hall Show, NBC10 Boston, and NPR.
Minna’s first book MOM RAGE: The Everyday Crisis of Modern Motherhood (Seal Press/Hachette) is forthcoming in September 2023.