Hip Mama

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Hip Mama
Hip Mama (magazine cover).jpg
Editor Amanda Englund
Frequency Semi-quarterly
Founder Ariel Gore
First issue December 1993 (1993-December)
Country United States
Based in Portland, Oregon
Language English
Website www.hipmamazine.com
ISSN 1074-195X

Hip Mama: The Parenting Zine is an American Alternative Press Award-winning quarterly periodical covering the culture and politics of parenting. The magazine is widely credited with launching the contemporary mothers' movement.[1]

The first issue of Hip Mama was published in December, 1993, in Oakland, California, by the founding editor Ariel Gore as a forum for single, urban and feminist mothers. Gore edited Hip Mama for 15 years. Hip Mama relaunches in 2014 with expanded food, arts, and political coverage. The magazine is now published in the East Bay.


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