Published in 2010! Courageous Women
Dramatic Readings on Feminist Issues, Vol. VII
Short Dramatic Readings
• Eight Courageous 19th Century Women:
Margaret Fuller; Julia Ward Howe, Mary Livermore, Susan B. Anthony, Olympia Brown, Elizabeth Cady Staton, Clara Barton, Charlotte Perkins Gilman.
• Courageous Olympia Brown (1835-1926)
• Courageous Margaret Sanger (1879-1966)
• Courageous Wangari Maathai (Kenya)
Short Skits, Poetry, Responsive Readings and Song Parodies
This is Meg's 12th book.
Readings for Older Women . . . 311 Pages
Feel good about aging - ageism, growing old gracefully, humor, happiness, living & dying, parenting, social change, rites & rituals, self acceptance, sisterhood, wisdom & serenity.
You can also read this one online via Open Library!
Readings for Women's Programs . . . 130 Pages
Wonderful collection to open and close your meetings.
Goddesses, Witches and The Paradigm Shift . . . 230 pages.
Readers theater on UU Women such as Susan B. Anthony, Clara Barton, Jane Addams, Florence Nightingale and many more.
|Memorial Services for Women. Non-theistic. 156 pages.
|Women's History: Dramatic Readings . . . 210 pages.
Sappho, Hypatia, Mary Wollstonecraft, Deborah Sampson, Emma Goldman, Elizabeth Gurley Flynn.
|Celebrating Ourselves . . . 142 pages.
Biographies of the Pacific Central District Women & Religion.
|Four Women. 306 pages.
Ideal for readers theater: Agnes Smedley - An Independent Woman, May Arkwritgt Hutton - Hitch Your Wagon to a Star, Miria Matembe - Bog Mouth: An Untraditional Woman of Uganda, Who Was Sally Hemings? plus poetry and readings.
|Guide to Crone Rituals . . . 212 pages.
Source manual with 10 complete celebrations plus songs, poetry readings, etc.
|Women's Wisdom . . . 205 pages.
Readers theater on Margaret Fuller, Catharine Greene, Juliette Gordon Low, plus an anti FGM dramatic reading and more.
|Shared Leadership. A how to booklet.
|Revolution by Resolution. UU Resolutions for Women 1963 - 2006.
|Feminist Classics: Women's Words That Changed the World. 179 pages.
Short articles, poems, book segments, humor from the "Second Wave of Feminism", designed as consciousness raisers.
|Lilith: Adam's First Wife
Edited by Meg Bowman. For the Classroom, Women's History Programs, retreats, parties, lay-led services, and just for pleasure. Includes "George Sand: Deviant Extraordinaire" and Harriet Ross Tubman" plus "Moon Goddess" and Dorothy Satir's "Circle of Sisterhood."