Margaret Fuller: A New American Life now a Podcast

Podcast now availableThe most recent episode of Fieldstone Common featuring Megan Marshall discussing her book Margaret Fuller: A New American Life is now available as a podcast.

The podcast can be played through the computer using your default media player (click play below) or downloaded to iTunes.

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Show Notes: Margaret Fuller with Megan Marshall

Margaret Fuller: A New American life with Megan Marshall on Fieldstone CommonHere are some items that were mentioned during the18 July 2013 Fieldstone Common interview with Megan Marshall about her book Margaret Fuller: A New American Life.

The podcast of the interview is now available.

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Margaret Fuller: A New American Life, published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, is available for purchase from Amazon.com and other booksellers.

You can learn more about Megan Marshall at her website.

In addition to Margaret Fuller, Megan Marshall has written The Peabody Sisters: Three Women Who Ignited American Romanticism.

Margaret Fuller was one of the most extraordinary forward-thinking women of the the 19th century. She was an early supporter of women’s right and a member of the famous transcendalists that included the likes of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thorough. She edited the transcendalist publication The Dial, she was a published writer and she was a foreign correspondent in Italy for Horace Greeley’s The Tribune. She died tragically in 1850 at ago 40 in a ship wreck.

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, the publisher of Margaret Fuller: A New American Life, donated two copies of the book which were provided as giveaways during the live show to listeners in Michigan and California. A big thank you to the Houghton Mifflin Harcourt for their generosity.

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Upcoming in July on Fieldstone Common

Be sure to mark your calendar. We’ll be giving away some great books during the live broadcasts of Fieldstone Common.

4 July 2013 at 1pm EDT 2013-07-1 Betsy Ross and the Making of America with Marla Miller. Beyond the legend of the creation of the American flag, we know very little about the facts of Betsy Ross’ life. Miller pieces together the fascinating life of this little-known and much beloved figure, showing that she is important to our history not just because she made a flag, but because she embraced the resistance movement with vigor.
11 July 2013 at 1pm EDT Here is Where with Andrew Carroll on Fieldstone Common Here is Where with Andrew Carroll. New York Times best selling author Andrew Carroll takes us on a fun and eye opening journey through the United States to discover America’s forgotten history.
18 July 2013 at 1pm EDT Margaret Fuller with Megan Marshall on Fieldstone Common Margaret Fuller: A New American Life with Megan Marshall. From an early age, Margaret Fuller provoked and dazzled New England’s intellectual elite. Her famous Conversations changed women’s sense of how they could think and live. Marshall’s inspired account brings an American heroine back to indelible life.
25 July 2013 at 1pm EDT The Old State House with Nathaniel Sheidley on Fieldstone Common The Old State House with Dr. Nathaniel Sheidley. In 2013 Boston’s Old State celebrates its 300 Anniversary. Dr. Sheidley takes us on a tour of the Old State House to help us put the significance of its history in perspective.