Wow. I am so overwhelmed and grateful for the press this book has received. I think (hope) it means that parents are really fed up with the increasingly narrow choice of feminine images that are presented to our ever-younger daughters. I hope this also raises the profile and helps the great work of Girls Leadership Institute, SPARK, Project Girl, Pigtail Pals, Hardy Girls Healthy Women, Girl Scouts, Girls, Inc., The Geena Davis Institute and all the advocates working on behalf of girls! Myla Goldberg (a fellow Obie and novelist I adore, though have never met her) reviewed CAMD on Slate.
Another Obie (again, younger--never met) Liz Logan, interviewed me for Make it Better, a publication serving Chicago's North Shore communities. She's also doing a piece for the Oberlin Alumni Magazine which is the coolest thing EVER!
And maybe just one teen-tiny notch down from being profiled for my college's alum magazine would be the thrilling news that Oprah.com recommends CAMD as the #1 "book to watch for" in February.
And a Q&A on the Ladies Home Journal site.