Sue Macy's book Wheels of Change hit the New York Times Book Review on May 15th. The short, but glowing review was the last entry in a coincidentally-named column called "Wheels".
“Let me tell you what I think of bicycling,” Susan B. Anthony said in 1896. “I think it has done more to emancipate women than anything else in the world.” In telling the interconnected stories of women’s rights and women’s cycling, Macy, the author of several nonfiction books profiling notable women, delivers a first-rate account. With archival photographs and reproductions of cycling posters, “Wheels” is as attractive and diverting as any “lady cyclist.” — Pamela Paul
Sue has also been busy giving interviews, including this one on The Outspoken Cyclist. The interviewer loved the design of Wheels. But she even went one step further. She said, “And the font. I love the font that you use in the book.” (It's Mr. Eaves)