In an article in The Review Review, Angus MacCaull had this to say about MER:
Mom Egg Review bills itself as a “literary journal about motherhood” but it is so much more. “Your eyes will fall out of your head,” said De Voe. Taking an unsentimental view of motherhood, you’ll find beauty without false promises at the intersection of motherhood and the arts—it very evenhandedly integrates the two, instead of seeking “balance” between two disparate entities. Mom Egg Review is a print journal, but you can also get MER VOX Quarterly, their online publication, right in your inbox. Instead of articles about motherhood, you’ll find short stories, flash and poetry about motherhood—or simply written by mothers who are writers. It also includes a monthly flash-fiction writing prompt, for those moms who are writers and who need a kickstart to their creativity.Read more here.