Coming Attractions, March 2016

Well, this year is already flying off the shelves! Here we are, getting ready for MARCH, which means spring for some of us is on the way; fall for others. Either way, you can start making your lists now (and saving up, no doubt…heh!). Screen Shot 2016-02-11 at 6.39.12 PM

Now, my darlings, even when the merry elves are focused and not drinking eggnog, we don’t catch everything that’s slated for release. So if you’re an author/publisher who has a book coming out you think Women and Words should know about, tell us! Hit the “Contact” link above (see it? Above our awesome banner that Jove did?) and drop us a line. We do the Hot off the Press and Coming Attractions lists hopefully around the 2nd or 3rd Friday of each month, so if you can get your info to us around the first Friday, that there is mighty helpful.

So, now that you’re all recovered from (or recovered from ignoring) Valentine’s Day, let’s see what’s in the hopper for the changing seasons!

FICTION

AFFINITY EBOOKS
Jen Silver, Circle Dance
Natalie London, Search for the White Moon

BELLA BOOKS
RL Burgess, Match Point
Rachel Gold, My Year Zero
Ann Roberts, Pleasure of the Chase

BIG BANG PRESS
Kady Morrison (author) and Alexandra Telecky (illustrator), Juniper Lane

BOLD STROKES BOOKS
Sheree Greer, A Return to Arms
A.J. Mars, Refrains of the Heart
KE Payne, When I Knew You
Radclyffe, Wild Shores (First Responders 5)
Justine Saracen, Dian’s Ghost
Emily Smith, After the Fire
M. Ullrich, Fortunate Sum
Yolanda Wallace, 24/7
Rebekah Weatherspoon, Soul to Keep (Vampire Sorority Sisters 3)

BRISK PRESS
Susan X. Meagher, Summer of Love

CLEIS PRESS
Avery Cassell, Behrouz Gets Lucky

DUNDURN
Lynda A. Archer, Tears in the Grass

THE FEMINIST PRESS AT CUNY
Sarah Schulman, The Cosmopolitans

FLUX
Yvonne Cassidy, How Many Letters are in Goodbye?

LADYLIT PUBLISHING
Harper Bliss, From Top to Bottom: Lesbian Stories of Dominance and Submission (more info as it become available!)

PRECOCIOUS PIXIE PUBLISHING
Phoenix Raven, Nuri’s Quest: Vexed

RAVEN PRESS
Trin Denise, When Two Hearts Collide

REGAL CREST
Jeanine Hoffman, Stranger than Fiction
Kelly Sinclair, If the Wind Were a Woman

YLVA PUBLISHING
Georgette Kaplan, Ex-Wives of Dracula
RJ Nolan, Wounded Souls
A. E. Radley, Flight SQA016
Michelle L. Teichman, The Space Between

INDIES
Duen, Spectral

NONFICTION

ARCADIA
Charles H. Ford and Jeffrey L. Littlejohn, LGBT Hampton Roads (Images of Modern America)

BASICBOOKS
Jim Downs, Stand By Me: The Forgotten History of Gay Liberation

COUNCIL OAK BOOKS
Gwen Mazer (author) and Christine Alicino (photographer), Wise Talk, Wild Women: Growing into Age (women 60-90 share their wisdom about aging)

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS
Kate Millett, Sexual Politics (CLASSIC alert! Foreword by Catherine MacKinnon; Afterword by Rebecca Mead)

HarperOne
Alex Cooper and Joanna Brooks, Saving Alex: When I Was Fifteen I Told My Mormon Parents I Was Gay, and That’s When My Nightmare Began (Alex is a lesbian)

NAN A. TALESE
Sarah Helm, Ravensbrück: Life and Death in Hitler’s Concentration Camp for Women

NYU PRESS
Christina Crosby, A Body, Undone: Living on After Great Pain (memoir; meditation on disability, gender, sex, and love)

ROUTLEDGE
Eric Anderson, et. al., Out in Sport: The experiences of openly gay and lesbian athletes in competitive sport
ClaudeJ. Summers (ed.), Gay and Lesbian Literary Heritage (2nd ed.)

SEAL PRESS
Julia Serano, Whipping Girl: A Transsexual Woman on Sexism and the Scapegoating of Femininity (updated 2nd ed.)

SIMON & SCHUSTER
Rebecca Traister, All the Single Ladies: Unmarried Women and the Rise of an Independent Nation

UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA PRESS
Sonja Livingston, Ladies Night at the Dreamland (Crux: The Georgia Series in Literary Nonfiction Series)

UNIVERSITY PRESS OF FLORIDA
Simone A. James Alexander, African Diasporic Women’s Narratives: Politics of Resistance, Survival, and Citizenship

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