More Rave Reviews as Scanlon's Bad Girls Go Everywhere Goes Paperback
Story posted September 15, 2010
Bad Girls Go Everywhere: The Life of Helen Gurley Brown, Professor of Gender and Women's Studies Jennifer Scanlon's biography of the longtime Cosmopolitan editor, has been released in paperback.
First published in hardcover in 2009, Bad Girls Go Everywhere, has earned rave reviews in major newspapers around the globe.
The magazine Oxford American includes the book in a compilation of editors' favorites in its September 2010 issue.
This book serves as an unexpectedly intellectual history of the sex-positive, hyper-capitalist ladymag titan who sneakily seized the workplace from the Don Drapers and handed it to the Carrie Bradshaws who command it today.
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See a compilation of reviews and media coverage for Bad Girls Go Everywhere and learn more about the book here.
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