“Discovering the Real Anne Boleyn” on DatingAdvice.com
Susan chats about Anne and Henry’s relationship, and explains why “Boleyniana” will never completely fade away.
Reviews for The Creation of Anne Boleyn Bookshelf Bombshells June 2014 Litres (Russian) Rebecca Henderson Palmer June 2014 Before It’s News (Audiobook) April 2014 Feminist Fiction March 2014 For Books’ … Continue reading
Upcoming Talks at SUNY Stony Brook and the University of Wincester
Hoping to meet Susan in person? Susan will be traveling to SUNY Stony Brook on October 21, 2014 to present “Royal Bodies From the Tudors to Kate Middleton.” Across the … Continue reading
Interview with BBC Woman’s Hour
Susan talks about why so much has been written about Anne Boleyn.
Susan chats with Historical Honey
The Creation of Anne Boleyn is discussed, along with advice for those who hope to pursue a career in writing.
What Did Anne Boleyn Really Look Like?
Susan and Lucy Churchill consider what is known about Anne Boleyn’s appearance in The Huffington Post UK.
Why You Shouldn’t Believe Everything You’ve Heard About Anne Boleyn
Susan explains why you shouldn’t believe everything you have hear about Anne Boleyn in the UK’s Huffington Post.
“The White Queen: Having It All in the Fifteenth Century” in the Huffington Post
Susan reviews “The White Queen” in the Huffington Post. For a longer version, check out Susan’s blog!
Lovely words from Genevieve Bujold and Natalie Dormer
Here’s what two great Annes have to say about The Creation of Anne Boleyn: “Thank you so much for your book… It’s beautiful, intelligent, and true.” – Genevieve Bujold “Thank … Continue reading
When Fictionalized Facts Matter – A Piece in The Chronicle of Higher Education
Piece: When Fictionalized Facts Matter From Anne of the Thousand Days to Hilary Mantel’s new Bring Up the Bodies. A piece printed in The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Q & A With Susan Bordo
In 2011, Susan participated in an interview about The Creation of Anne Boleyn at the On The Tudor Trail Website. You can read the full Q @ A here. Learn … Continue reading