MARGARET FULLER wins the Pulitzer!
Megan Marshall’s essay, “Biography Without Modifiers,” goes up on Pulitzer Centennial website!
Megan Marshall’s women biographers group celebrates its 30th anniversary, featured in The Boston Globe
Megan Marshall interviewed on Elizabeth Bishop by Literary Bennington
Margaret Fuller cited in discovery of Thoreau’s notes on the fatal shipwreck! Harvard Gazette July 31, 2015
Megan Marshall quoted in Boston Globe on new Thoreau manuscript, August 8, 2015
Megan Marshall describes her favorite song for Marc Myers’s Wall Street Journal “Play List” column
Megan Marshall gives Graduate Commencement Address at Emerson College, May 18, 2015
Megan Marshall in a PEN New England discussion among writing mothers
Margaret Fuller: A New American Life Discussed on Gloria Steinem's
Megan Marshall talks about her current reading and favorite books in “Bibliophiles” for the Boston Globe
Margaret Fuller chosen in Wall Street Journal’s FIVE BEST:
Megan Marshall quoted in Slate on historical books for children
Megan Marshall selected as the Gilder Lehrman Fellow of the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers at the New York Public Library for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Margaret Fuller has been on the Boston Globe bestsellers list for paperback nonfiction for eighteen weeks so far!
Margaret Fuller makes the short list for the 2014 PEN/Jacqueline Bograd Weld Award for Biography!
Megan Marshall wins the Pulitzer Prize for biography for “Margaret Fuller: A New American Life.” Marshall discusses her subject, and herself, with the Boston Globe.
Joe Donahue interviews Megan Marshall on WAMC’s “The Roundtable,” March 20, 2014
Margaret Fuller named a “Must Read” book for 2014 by MassBook Awards and takes first prize for Nonfiction
Margaret Fuller makes the long list for PEN’s biography prize, and is featured at PEN’s “recommended reading” website
Dwight Garner of the New York Times declares Margaret Fuller one of the ten best books of the year!
Margaret Fuller praised in “Paperback Row,” New York Times Book Review, March 30, 2014
Margaret Fuller is number one on the Boston Globe paperback bestseller list! (March 16, 2014)
Boston Globe reviewer Kate Tuttle lists Margaret Fuller in Top Nonfiction Books of 2013
Martha Stewart is reading Margaret Fuller! see HealthyPet Holiday Issue, Winter 2013
Margaret Fuller mention in “By the Book”
interview with Tom Perrotta
in the New York Times Book Review
MARGARET FULLER: A New American Life is on The New York Times 100 Notable Books of 2013 List!
Historian Mary Kelley gives Margaret Fuller the lead review in December 2013 New England Quarterly
“Margaret Fuller: Saying in the 19th Century What Still Needs to Be Said” Interview with novelist Margot Livesey in Radcliffe Magazine, Summer 2013
Margaret Fuller makes Booklist Top 10 Biographies: 2013.
Megan Marshall on
C-Span Book TV:
“Book Discussion on Margaret Fuller: A New American Life”,
March 21, 2013
Margaret Fuller was chosen as “Book of the week,”
in The Week, for April 12, 2013
Margaret Fuller was listed as an “Editors’ Choice”
in the April 26 New York Times Book Review
Margaret Fuller has been on the Boston Globe hardcover bestseller list for Five Weeks
New York Times Book Review: An Outsize Intellect, Tilting at Obstacles
Margaret Fuller: A New American Life gets BOOKLIST
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Megan Marshall reviews Carl Rollyson’s American Isis: The Life and Art of Sylvia Plath in the Washington Post
Margaret Fuller listed in Publishers Weekly “Spring Announcements Top 10” for 2013 in the category of Literary Biographies, Essays, & Criticism
Recent blog post on The Peabody Sisters
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Megan Marshall interviewed by Joy Powers for Lake Effect, WUWM Wisconsin Public Radio, October 6, 2016
Megan Marshall interviewed on Margaret Fuller for New Books in Gender Studies
“The Life of Margaret Fuller,” Megan Marshall interviewed by Doug Fabrizio on KUER Radio West
Radio interview with Robin Morgan at Women's Media Center Live, June 28, 2014
Megan Marshall interviewed by Bob Edwards, April 30, 2013
“The Transcendentalists are Coming,” Megan Marshall, Paul Harding, Dan McKanan on Radio Open Source, March 27, 2014
Podcast: Megan Marshall reading from Margaret Fuller: A New American Life
Colin McEnroe show: Giants of Poetry and Literature on Connecticut Public Radio, August 5, 2013
Fieldstone Common Radio, interview with Marian Pierre-Louis, July 17, 2013
Collected Words: An interview with James McGrath Morris and Megan Marshall, April 3, 2013.
NPR: On Point with Tom Ashbrook, Margaret Fuller: Journalist, Critic, Transcendentalist, March 13, 2013
“Readers Review: The Scarlet Letter,” The Diane Rehm Show, March 31, 2010
“Nathaniel Hawthorne, Family, Reunited in Grave,” All Things Considered, June 27, 2006
“Dealing with a Historian’s Worst Nightmare,” NPR, May 19, 2005
Interview on The Peabody Sisters, Thoughtcast
WCVB TV profile, JUL 3, 2014
C-SPAN: Book Discussion on Margaret Fuller: A New American Life, MARCH 21, 2013
C-SPAN: Historical Methods and Practice Panel, JANUARY 10, 2009
C-SPAN: Boundaries of History Panel, JANUARY 10, 2009
C-SPAN: Hawthorne As Viewed by His Contemporaries, OCTOBER 28, 2004
Writing Writers' Lives: Writing the American Renaissance, March 18, 2013.
John Matteson The Lives of Margaret Fuller, moderator. Jeffrey S. Cramer The Portable Thoreau, ed), Megan Marshall Margaret Fuller: A New American Life, David S. Reynolds Walt Whitman’s America.
“Biography as Intellectual History: Elizabeth Peabody and Margaret Fuller,” SUNY Geneseo, September 27, 2012
“Elizabeth Bishop at 100” April 13, 2012, Harvard University
“Trends in Biography,” Biographers International Organization, UMass Boston, May 15, 2010
“Conducting Research Beyond the Internet,” Centennial Celebration, Harvard Extension School, February 19, 2010
“Challenges and New Frontiers of Writing History,” Centennial Celebration, Harvard Extension School, February 19, 2010
“Boston Roots,” Boston Book Festival, October 2009
Boston Athenaeum reading from The Peabody Sisters, May 17, 2005