Dr. Bonnie M. is a women's history professor with 30 years of experience in the classroom, and has graded/corrected THOUSANDS and THOUSANDS of papers--not only in her capacity as a professor of eager undergraduates, but as Exam Leader of the College board's annual AP U.S. History Exam. Her essays, stories and interviews have appeared in over 60 anthologies and she has won multiple literary prizes, including two coveted writing residencies (Hedgebrook, Stiwdio Maelor in Wales). She serves as historical consultant for Disney, for the State Department, and for the Library of Congress, now preparing a coffee table book on the history of U.S. feminism for the Smithsonian. She also guest lectures on the Olivia Travel cruises and has won two awards from Travelers' Tales for travel writing. Her archives on the women's music movement in the U.S. are going into the Schlesinger Library at Radcliffe, which has offered her ongoing grant money. She is the recipient of a fan letter from First Lady Michelle Obama.