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!
After an interview with NPR’s All Things Considered, I thought it best to post a followup.
Gulf News article - "The Animator of Princesses With Substance"
Suparna Dutt at Gulf News did an incredibly flattering writeup of RP -- best part for me is when she described the writing style as "reckless" and "American."
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.
RP on Amy Poehler's Smart Girls!
Ahhhh! RP is on Amy Poehler's Smart Girls!
RP on HiFi History Podcast!
The HiFi History podcast covered RP - and contacted the folk at Central Michigan University to interview them about the course they've been doing!
The only use this Canadian badass had for pretty pink bows was to adorn her own rib — which she amputated from her own body after an accident.
One of the most famous women in American history, this hyper-capable Shoshone woman walked across America with a baby strapped to her back, in order to map it.
This phony Asian royalty fooled rural England for some time - but the truth she was hiding was far darker.
This mythical Native American woman saved her loved ones from starvation with delicious magical leprosy - a fact that led to, shall we say, complications.
When a government magistrate unjustly killed her son, this unassuming middle-aged wife spent years raising an army to topple that same government.