Thanks for the awesome writeup, Alex! As someone who never made the school paper when he was in high school, this made me smile.
RP in Catch News!
Catch News recently did an interview about RP. Give it a read, why not?
RP on Biography.com!
Biography.com has a guest piece today by yours truly, with brief blurbs about several of the women covered on this site and in the book.
RP on Stuff You Missed in History Class!
Yours truly guest stars on the Stuff You Missed in History Class podcast to talk about Rejected Princesses, historical women, and historicity.
Interview with Women's Voices Now
Women's Voices Now has an interview about RP up in their publication, The WVoice.
Seen Not Heard
The students at BAYCAT included RP in their video project of the portrayal of women in the media. Take a look!
The greatest ruler of Yemeni history, she defeated her numerous foes to usher the country into its golden age.
Destined to be a mere political pawn, this Mongol queen rode into battle while pregnant, united the warring tribes, and was considered to be the second coming of Genghis Khan.
This pope was largely assumed to be male until she gave birth in the midst of a procession - and largely assumed to be factual until the 13th century.
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.
The daughter of an aboriginal woman and a white man, her race led her to be kidnapped by the Australian government - only for her to escape and walk across the continent to get home... twice.