INNER OCEAN PUBLISHING
If Women Ruled the World: How to Create the World We Want to Live In (Nov., $14.95), edited by Sheila Ellison. More than 100 women including Arianna Huffington and Ann Crittenden speak out on topics from politics and the environment to body image and family life.
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIV. PRESS
Reading Benedict/Reading Mead: Feminism, Race, and Imperial Visions (Dec., $24.95), edited by Dolores Janiewski and Lois W. Banner, looks at the lives, careers and influence of the pioneering anthropologists.
Silver Tales Book I: Lauren's Story/Barbara's Story/Gloria's Story/Penelope's Story/Paula's Story (Sept., $17.95) by Marjaree Mayne and friends. Autobiographies tell of ordinary women who have lived extraordinary lives.
She Who Prays: A Woman's Interfaith Prayer Book (Jan., $16.95) by Patricia Harris-Watkins and Jane Richardson Jensen can be used for singular prayer and also for those leading groups.
OLIVE BRANCH PRESS
Shattering the Stereotypes: Muslim Women Speak Out (Nov., $20), edited by Fawzia Afzal-Khan. Muslim women reveal a complexity of experience and thought that escapes most Western portrayals.
Soft Targets: A Woman's Guide to Survival (Oct., $16.95) by Michael L. Varnado. A veteran homicide detective advises women how to avoid violent crime.
The F-Word: Feminism in Jeopardy (Sept., $14.95) by Kristin Rowe-Finkebiner is concerned about protecting the hard-won rights and freedoms fought for a generation ago.
WASHINGTON SQUARE PRESS
Sex and Sensibility: True Stories of Love, Lust and Romance from the Lives of Single Women (Feb., $13) by Genevieve Field is a collection of essays about women in their search for love.