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In Praise of Difficult Women

From the Show: Rewired Radio
Summary: They say that well-behaved women rarely make history. How can women shake the stereotype that being assertive makes them difficult?
Air Date: 4/23/18
Duration: 17:51
Host: Erica Spiegelman
Guest Bio: Karen Karbo, Award-Winning Author
Karen KarboKaren Karbo is the author of multiple award-winning novels, memoirs, and works of nonfiction. Her “Kick-Ass Women” series includes Julia Child Rules (2013), How Georgia Became O’Keeffe (2011), and the international bestseller The Gospel According to Coco Chanel (2009).

Her work has appeared in Elle, Vogue, Esquire, Outside, the New York Times,Salon, and other magazines. She lives in Portland, Oregon, where she continues to kick ass being the Difficult Woman she is.
  • Book Title: In Praise of Difficult Women
  • Guest Facebook Account: www.facebook.com/authorkarenkarbo
  • Guest Twitter Account: @Karbohemia
In Praise of Difficult Women
It’s been said that well-behaved women rarely make history. But, it can also be challenging for women to shake the stereotype that being assertive makes them difficult.

Award-winning author Karen Karbo celebrates women who may be seen as difficult but are in fact spirited rule breakers who charted their way with little regard for social or cultural expectations.

Karen’s book, In Praise of Difficult Women, can serve as an inspiration for all of us who seek to live an authentic life on our own terms.

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