Hosted by the Royal Geographical Society in London, England, I will be presenting on “Antarctic Pioneer The Trailblazing Life of Jackie Ronne” at the Royal Geographical Society on Monday October 10, 2022 at 2:30pm.
1 Kensington Gore,
London, England, SW7 2AR
Collections Journal Article
So pleased that my article about Louise Arner Boyd, “”From Boots on ’til Boots Off” Collecting Greenland with Explorer Louise Arner Boyd (1887-1972)” was just published in Collections Journal Volume 14, Number 4, Fall 2018.
Zócalo Public Square Essay
I was thrilled to be invited to contribute an essay on Louise Arner Boyd to the Los Angeles – based “ideas exchange and living magazine” Zócalo Public Square.
Spanish Language Edition
So excited to announce the publication of the Spanish language edition of The Polar Adventures of a Rich American Dame: A Life of Louise Arner Boyd by the outstanding publisher Ediciones Casiopea based in Madrid, Spain.
Many thanks to Women’s History Reads and Greer McAllister for featuring me on her great blog!
Marvellous book club meeting in Niagara on the Lake! Recently, I was invited to talk about my book to a fabulous group of women who have been meeting regularly for years. I was delighted to take part in the lively discussion and we even raised a glass of champagne in Miss Boyd’s honour. Salud!
Featured on the blog of Patricia Sands – author of the bestselling “Love in Provence” trilogy
Going Down Under! Louise Arner Boyd meets new readers on Australian writer Pauline Conolly’s website.
Thanks to writer Jennifer Alderson for featuring me on her blog.
Library of Congress article
Following my presentation to the Library of Congress in Washington DC, my research was featured in the Library of Congress Blog. Here’s a link to the article:
Canadian Geographic article
Daily Mail feature
A Dundurn Press interview
A great article about Louise Arner Boyd in NiagaraThisWeek.com
Guest blog about female explorers at Avalinahs’ Books
Author interview by Fiona McVie
Guest post about my experience writing the biography of Louise Arner Boyd on Linda Strader’s blog.
Guest post to the Sheroes of History blog.