Kore Press plans to travel the Tucson roads this fall with Coming in Hot: The Civil Discourse Tour.
5/4/09: "Emerging Authors" interview with Christy Clothier in Denver Examiner
3/3: Adoring review in the Spring '09 issue of Bitch: feminist response to popular culture:
3/1: Article in Stripes Guam:
1/13: Glowing review on the "Girlbomb" site:
11/30: Trailer and blurb in "Book Screening:"
11/14: Powder reached the top 50 on Amazon.com's List of (100) Hot New Releases -- help it rise!
11/12: Piece in the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base News:
11/11: Article in the Arizona Daily Star:
11/11: Featured on KOLD News, Channel 13:
11/11: Entry in the popular book-centered blog "galleycat:"
11/11: Blurb about the Chicago event on NBC:
11/11: Blurb about the Chicago event in the Illinois Coalition for Justice, Peace and the Environment:
11/10: Piece on Powder and Elizabeth Keough McDonald in the Gallup Independent:
11/10: Piece on Powder and Judith K. Boyd in the Rocky Mountain Telegram:
11/9: Charlotte M. Brock had an interview on NPR; listen to the podcast:
11/7: Alt Weeklies mentioned Powder:
11/7: Attention from the Gotham Writers' Workshop:
11/7: "The Brainpan" blog promoted the Tucson event:
11/7: Listing for Women & Children First event in Gapers Block:
11/6: Tucson Weekly spoke of Powder and named it their "Pick of the Week:"
11/5: Article about book and event in the "Front Page" section of Tucson Citizen:
11/1: Pima County Public Library (host of the Veteran's Day event in Tucson) had a blurb for the launch:
10/22: Powder promoted on the New Pages literary magazine's blog:
10/20: Reviewed by Crosscut: News of the Great Nearby:
Coming up: Powder will be taught as part of Sociology 462 (Women in the Military) at the University of Maryland University College Asian Division, which offers undergraduate courses on military bases throughout the Pacific. If the course is successful they’ll offer it at other locations and online.