Was delighted to be interviewed by the students at BAYCAT for their video on the portrayal of women in the media – it came out great, y’all!(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whmkGG_SEoo)
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.
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 Entertainment Weekly!
The RP book got covered by EW!
RP on Bustle!
The RP book got covered by Bustle!
RP one of the most innovative companies in LA!
Cross Campus released a list of the most innovative companies in Los Angeles and included Rejected Princesses.
Madam C.J. Walker
America's ostensible first female self-made millionaire was a black beauty magnate who did it all for her daughter.
The first female mathematician in recorded history, and one of the luminaries of the ancient world - but her grisly death at the hands of a mob was only the start of her troubles.
In 1915, this rowdy Puerto Rican activist was arrested for wearing pants in public. It wouldn't be the last time she wore pants, or got arrested.
Te Puea Herangi
The reluctant royal who became the Maori's greatest leader.
One half of the odd couple of Crimean nursing - the by-the-book Victorian rebel who revolutionized the field of medicine who stood in stark to Mary Seacole's jolly reliance on folk remedies and home comforts.