Women's Guide to Saving the World
Edited By Karen Eberhardt Shelton, et al.
Distributed By Trans-Atlantic Publications
431 pages, Illustrated, 7 x 9 1/2"
"We men have had our turn and made a proper mess of things. We need women to save us." Archbishop Desmond Tutu Within the pages of this lovingly, idealistically and passionately written book lies a collection of essays: pleas for world peace and an end to animal cruelty, calls for us to tread more lightly on what is, after all, our only home and a finite resource, and descriptions of environmental activism and acts of heroism the world over. With contributions from Anita Roddick, Jilly Cooper, Rosie Boycott and Margaret Drabble, A Woman's Guide to Saving the World is published on International Women's Day.
About the Author
Born in Sonoma County, California in 1942, Karen Eberhardt Shelton first moved to England when her mother, a teacher, was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship. In 1999 she relocated permanently to the West Country where she worked as a journalist. She has written two books of poetry, been published in newspapers ranging from The New York Times to Poetry Australia, with an ongoing variety of freelance work appearing in magazines, newspapers and poetry publications.
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