The HiFi History podcast did a great episode on RP – although the audio quality is a bit wonky at times (my cell phone has pretty crap call quality!) – thanks to Clint for reaching out!
Interview with BYU Radio's The Apple Seed
BYU Radio's "The Apple Seed: Tellers and Stories" devoted an entire episode to Rejected Princesses--part of it is an interview with me, and the rest has professional storytellers telling the tales of some women featured on this site.
RP in Geek & Sundry!
Geek & Sundry gave a nice plug for RP and the upcoming book.
Book Tour Update
I've got more details on where you can see me in Durham, Atlanta, Louisville, Chicago, DC, NYC, and Boston!
Muslimah Media Watch's article on Rejected (Muslim) Princesses
This is a very sweet writeup of Rejected Princesses from a Muslim perspective. The writer, Sya Taha, picked up on little bit of nuance I tried to sprinkle throughout the entries (such as Naziq al-Abid's anti-veil depiction not being a sweeping anti-veil statement), for which I am thankful.
My Ignite SF talk!
My Ignite SF talk is online! 5 minutes long, lots of swearing. :)
After decades of gaslighting and emotional abuse at the hands of her in-laws, this iron-willed woman survived being shot four times point blank, won a separation from her husband, and became one of the most respected business icons in New Orleans.
Mexican revolutionary who bombed bridges, led hundreds of women into battle, and was instrumental in turning the tide of the war for the revolutionaries.
The illegitimate daughter of a minor noble, after losing her husband, she became one of the most powerful and fierce women in Italy - commanding troops, insulting Machiavelli, and fighting Cesare Borgia with unmatched ferocity.
Catalina de Erauso
After escaping from a convent, this swashbuckler had the strength to chase her dreams: which were apparently to drink, fight, and womanize.
Somalia's ballsiest queen, she took power from men either figuratively or literally - by ordering much of the gender castrated.…