Bridget Quinn with Tabitha Soren and Nell Irvin Painter discuss “She Votes: How U.S. Women Won Suffrage,” at Litquake 2020 on YouTube.
Public Radio Tulsa reviews She Votes in a list of reading recommendations from Nancy Pearl, the well-known librarian and bestselling author, of books she particularly enjoyed over the past year.
Art History Babes: Ginny chats with the amazing Bridget Quinn: art historian and author of Broad Strokes: 15 Women Who Made Art and Made History (In That Order) (2017) and She Votes: How U.S. Women Won Suffrage, and What Happened Next (2020), published in in honor of the 100th anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment. Tune in for discussions on feminism, how Mary Cassatt was a badass, art education, graduate school and more!
Kirkwood Public Library: She Votes, a discussion with author Bridget Quinn in honor of the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment.
IronWomen Podcast: She Votes with Bridget Quinn. Bridget’s latest book titled She Votes: How U.S. Women Won Suffrage, and What Happened Next, is an intersectional historical account of the stories of the women who fought to win the right to vote in the United States. Bridget talks through some of the big events in this movement, explains the connection between women in sports and winning the right to vote, and tells us how we can keep the “what happens next” momentum rolling.
Write-Minded Podcast: Productive Procrastination, featuring Bridget Quinn. Grant and Brooke share their worst moments of procrastination, and both come to the awareness that they probably are productive procrastinators. This week’s guest, Bridget Quinn, has some important insights into this topic, too, and shares about how she sold three books in five years after the devastating rejection of her memoir, and how keeping lots of irons in the fire is an effective strategy for writing success.
StoryFort Presents: Art and Suffrage with Author Bridget Quinn. Storyfort Presents co-hosts Larry Rosen and Allison Maier have a Zoom chat with Bridget Quinn, author of “Broad Strokes” and “She Votes.” They discuss art history, “attitudinal” writing, Montana connections, women’s suffrage, and Bridget’s 30-year journey to become a published author.
The Same 24 Hours: Bridget Quinn: She Votes
Museum Confidential: It’s not breaking news to say that women artists have often been ignored or even purposefully excluded from the canon. As we continue celebrating the 100th anniversary of passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, we sit down with acclaimed author Bridget Quinn to discuss her book, “Broad Strokes: 15 Women Who Made Art and Made History (in That Order).”
Public Radio Tulsa: Our guest is Bridget Quinn, a writer, art history scholar, and educator based in San Francisco. She joins us to discuss her 2017 book, “Broad Strokes: 15 Women Who Made Art and Made History.”
The Same 24 Hours: Bridget Quinn: Art and Life
The GrottoPod Podcast: Writers on Writing: Why do you write? Or, rather, how do you write? This week, hosts Bridget Quinn and Larry Rosen address these issues, landing on questions of motivation, ambition and outcome as they share their respective “state-of-the-writer” stories. This episode closes with a pair of unexpected twists: we’re proposing a 500-word-a-day “GrottoPod Challenge” — and we bring you a new track from our house band, Sugartown.
The GrottoPod Podcast: Writers on Writing: Bridget Quinn gives us the backstory of her first book, Broad Strokes: 15 Women Who Made Art & Made History (in That Order).
Razorcake Podcast: Bridget Quinn reads an excerpt from Broad Strokes: 15 Women Who Made Art and Made History (In That Order)