Corrections and additions to our Fall Announcements issue (Aug. 9)


Joseph W. Polisi, author of The Artist as Citizen (p. 176), is also the president of Julliard.

How Yoga Works
(p. 210), listed as a Woodstocker book, is a Diamond Cutter Press title.


The Cornell box, created by the American surrealist artist Joseph Cornell, was incorrectly described in

Utopia Parkway (p. 196) and is an artwork akin to a shadow box, usually containing found objects such as old photos and toy dolls.


Thinking with Type and

Impressions of New York (p. 141) and

Love Letters, Lost (p. 145) were incorrectly identified as Princeton University Press titles.

The following titles did not appear in the Fall Announcement issue.


In the Heart of the Temple: My Spiritual Vision for Today's World (Oct., $14.95 paper) by Joan Chittister is a collection of writings from the noted author. Religion.


They Don't Teach Corporate in College (Sept., $14.99 paper) by Alexandra Levit gives 20-somethings a guide to the real business world. Business.

Breast Cancer Answers (Sept., $16.99 paper) by Judy King is by a survivor. Health.

The World's Most Haunted Places (Sept., $15.99 paper) by Jeff Belanger takes readers on a tour of the supernatural and the macabre. New Age.

Diane Warner's Contemporary Guide to Wedding Etiquette (Nov., $13.99 paper) by Diane Warner advises on 21st-century matrimonial complexities. Reference.

100 Ways to Motivate Yourself (Sept., $14.99 paper) by Steve Chandler offers an action plan for living your vision in business and in life. Self-Help.

50 Weapons that Changed Warfare (Feb., $24.95) by William Weir is a survey, from spears to fusion bombs. War & Military.


Marcella Says...: Italian Cooking Wisdom from the Legendary Teacher's Master Classes, with 120 of Her Irresistible New Recipes (Oct., $29.95) by Marcella and Victor Hazan. In this recipe and teaching book, Hazan shares lessons, including mastering traditional techniques, selecting and using ingredients and planning and preparing complete Italian menus.

Bruce Aidells's Complete Book of Pork: A Guide to Buying, Storing, and Cooking the World's Favorite Meat (Oct., $29.95) by Bruce Aidells. The founder of Aidells Sausage Company reveals pork's endless versatility with nearly 150 international recipes.


How to Handle School Snafus (Nov., $14.95 paper) by Carmella Van Vleet guides parents through elementary school dilemmas. Childcare.


The Art of the Start: The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything (Sept., $26.95) by Guy Kawasaki explains how to get a business or organization off the ground or revitalize an existing one. Business.

Overachievement: The New Model for Exceptional Performance (Oct., $24.95) by John Eliot pens a humorous approach that debunks the top 10 myths of performance enhancement. Business.

Blue Streak: Inside JetBlue, the Upstart that Rocked an Industry (Nov., $24.95) by Barbara Peterson chronicles the inside story of the underdog airline's success. Business.


Bringing the Jobs Home: How the Left Created the Outsourcing Crisis, and How We Can Fix It (Sept., $22.95) by Todd Buchholz identifies outsourcing problems and offers solutions that conservatives, the business community and moderates can accept. Contemporary Affairs.

Home Alone America: The Hidden Toll of Day Care, Behavioral Drugs, and Other Parent Substitutes (Nov., $25.95) by Mary Eberstadt claims that children without stay-at-home moms are in jeopardy. Contemporary Affairs.

Holy War on the Home Front: The Secret Islamic Terror Network in the United States (Nov., $24.95) by Harvey Kushner with Bart Davis. A terrorism expert discusses the sophisticated network of Islamic militants currently living in America. Contemporary Affairs.