“Holiday Gift Guide 2020: Nonfiction”|Publishers Weekly|October 2020.
“She Votes” documents U.S. women’s rights and the ongoing struggle for equality|Local News Matters|October 2020.
One Chapter Ends, Another Begins for the Writer’s Grotto|The San Francisco Chronicle|October 2020.
SF Litquake Goes Virtual – Here Are Some of Our Must-See Events |The Bold Italic |October 2020.
The Untold Suffragists: A Conversation with Bridget Quinn |Los Angeles Review Books |September 2020.
“The Complicated History of the First Monument of Sacajawea, Founded by Suffragists and Designed by a Women” | The Art Newspaper | August 2020.
“Marking the Messy and Extraordinary History of the Suffrage Movement, 100 Years Later” | Popsugar | August 2020.
“What 100 Hundred Years of Women’s Suffrage Looks Like Through the Eyes of 100 Women Artists” | Smithsonian Magazine | August 2020.
“’She Votes’ Tells the Intersectional History of Suffrage” | Next Avenue | August 2020.
“’She Votes’ Tells the Intersectional History of Suffrage” | Rewire | August 2020.
“In ‘She Votes,’ 100 female artists retell the suffrage movement story” | San Francisco Chronicle | August 2020.
“She Votes: How U.S. Women Won Suffrage, and What Happened Next” | Booklist | starred review. August, 2020.
“She Votes: How U.S. Women Won Suffrage, and What Happened Next” | Publishers Weekly, starred review | May 2020.
35 Over 35 |The American Scholar|July 2019
The short list: 24 books, each under 200 pages, as recommended by TED speakers|Caroline Paul|ideas.ted.com|July 2019
13 Best Women in History Audiobooks of All Time|Recommendations by Elon Musk and Jess Wade|Bookauthority |2019
10 Creative Audiobooks to Artistically Inspire Your Mind Through Your Ears | My Modern Met | June 2019
Art Books to Change your Life | Mindful Art Studio | November 2018
Yuba Lit Celebrates Bold Women Artists, Featuring Author Bridget Quinn and Five Local Artists | Yuba Lit blog | May 2018
Hasty Book List: Broad Strokes | March 2018
Broad Strokes now in Ukraine! Interview with author, Bridget Quinn | HB Style | March 2018
13 Nonfiction Collections About History-Making Women To Add To Your TBR This Month | Bustle | March 2018
“The Erdős paradox: When a mathematical number and Wikipedia collide” | Wikimedia | February 2018
“2018 Amelia Bloomer List” | The Amelia Bloomer List is a project of the Feminist Task Force of the Social Responsibilities Round Table of the American Library Association | February 2018
NCMA’s “Matrons of the Arts” initiative highlights female artists | The Daily Tar Heel | January 2018
NCMA Launches Matrons of the Arts Initiative to Highlight Female Artists | Artfix Daily Artwire | January 2018
Stories of Mighty Women | A Mighty Girl | December 2017
A Year in Reading: Vanessa Hua| The Millions | December 2017
Thirty-Five Debut Authors Over Thirty-Five| 35 Over 35 | November 2017
Physics, Fears, & Female Empowerment: Adult Books 4 Teens | School Library Journal | September 2017
The Best Art Books Ever | Country and Town House | Fall 2017
Bridget Quinn will reveal major unknown women artists who made history| The Chautauquan Daily | August 2017
Ten Great Coffee Table Books For Mom | if it’s hip, it’s here | May 2017
Broad Strokes by Bridget Quinn | San Francisco Chronicle | April 2017
This must-read book will allow you to discover the iconic women who changed art history| Hello Giggles | April 2017
For World Book Day, 5 New Volumes Featuring African American Artists | Culture Type | April 2017
Finally, giving women artists their due | The Christian Science Monitor | March 2017
Carry Your White Rag with Pride | The Paris Review | March 2017
15 Ways of Looking at Women Artists | San Diego City Beat | March 2017
These Iconic Women Artists Deserve a Special Place in the History Books| Huffington Post | March 2017
NPR Books: Friday Reads!| NPR Books | March 2017
Broad Strokes: 15 Women Who Made Art and Made History in That Order | Publishers Weekly | March 2017
Bay Area authors to join Women’s Marches in Washington and at home | San Francisco Chronicle | January 2017
Best American Sportswriting 2013 | Deadspin | November 2013