These 'Almost Famous Women' Won't Be Forgotten Again
In Almost Famous Women, writer Megan Mayhew Bergman takes us
into the compelling lives of independent, inventive women at the margins
of history. These are fictionalized accounts of real-life, risk-taking
women who have largely been forgotten, and now are re-imagined by
Bergman in her new book — a book she tells NPR's Eric Westervelt that
she resisted writing at first. NPR Story here.