The Other Woman:
One Night/One Play

Launches Across the
U. S. Nov. 9th 2015!

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One Night One Play

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ELEVATION OUT OF POVERTY THROUGH SOCIAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP

The book titled “Climbing the corporate ladder in high heels”, is every woman’s guide to being successful in business without neglecting being a woman. For most women in African countries, this remains a dream…

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Iowa Alum -- Kathleen Archambeau -- Supports the Iowa Writers' Workshop


Natalie Coughlin, Olympic Gold Medal Swimmer

Olympic Gold Medalist Recommends Kathleen's "wonderful book!!!":

Archambeau Leads Writing Workshop in Belgium in 2010!

The Other Woman Named Top 10 by L.A. Times Magazine (11/1/2009)

 

Climbing the Corporate Ladder in High Heels is finally available as an audiobook on Apple iTunes!

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Kathleen Archambeau is proud to announce that Climbing the Corporate Ladder in High Heels has been translated into Chinese (Complex) by Morningstar Publishers. Chinese Complex is the primary language spoken, read and understood by the majority of the Chinese people in the People’s Republic of China. Last year, China was the site of the Beijing Olympics and is currently host to the world’s fifth-largest population of 1.3 billion people.
Climbing the Corporate Ladder in High Heels was translated into Lithuanian by Algarvé Press in 2007. Lithuania, with a population of 3.3 million, is one of the fastest growing economies in the European Union.
Climbing the Corporate Ladder in High Heels has just been published in Portuguese by Editora Senac, a Brazilian publisher. Brazil is a country of more than 175 million people.
Climbing the Corporate Ladder in High Heels translated to Korean book cover

Climbing the Corporate Ladder in High Heels was translated into Korean by Argos Publishers, Inc. in 2006 and arranged through EntersKorea Co., Ltd., Seoul, Korea. The Republic of Korea is home to 43 million people and generates an economy of $970 billion.

The Other Woman (New York: Warner Books, 2007), edited by Victoria Zackheim, launched in New York on June 12, 2007 to much fanfare. The anthology of 21 essays written by Pulitzer Prize winner Jane Smiley, and other award-winning authors, including Diana Abu-Jabar, Susan Cheever, Lyn Freed and Kathleen Archambeau, was featured in “O” magazine (June, 2007), on The Today Show (June 14, 2007) and in People magazine, among others. For several weeks, the book was #1 in Canada. Kathleen Archambeau’s essay, “Seized,” was read by the author at several readings, including Book Passages in Marin, Kepler’s in Palo Alto, the San Francisco Public Library Theater and featured on Mary Jo Eustace’s Canadian Morning Talk Show. A staged reading of some of the essays played to a full house at Delancey Street Theater in San Francisco. The book is in its second printing and comes out in paperback this August, 2008.

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