About Imagine a Woman International
In 1995 the “Imagine a Woman” poem was first published in Patricia Lynn Reilly’s book A God Who Looks Like Me. In 1997 the poem-postcard appeared in the inaugural issue of the FeMail Creations catalog and was purchased by thousands of women and sent around the world to their friends and clients. In 1999 Conari Press published Patricia’s third book Imagine a Woman in Love with Herself which features twenty stanza of the Imagine a Woman poem. (Read the poem here) Since 1995, the poem has circled the globe, inspiring books, screenplays, videos, life transitions, professional portfolios, ministries, coaching practices, relationships, virtual communities, social networks, and organizational missions.
In 2015 we celebrated the poem’s 20th year anniversary. ImagineaWoman.com provides the stage to express, celebrate, and amplify the poem’s ongoing inspirational and transformational power in women’s lives. Imagine a Woman International inspires and supports women in every season and situation of their lives through an abundance of books, resources, trainings, and retreats.
About Patricia Lynn Reilly
A graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary, Patricia Lynn Reilly conducts spirituality, creativity, and self-esteem retreats, lectures widely, and publishes inspirational books and resources. Originality, creativity, and resilience have been the hallmarks of Patricia’s twenty-year career. Born of the gift and challenge of her unique childhood, these qualities infuse her writing and support others to embrace life with gratitude. Inspired by her daily walks in the natural world, Patricia honors the beauty of life through her photography, images, and writing.
All of Patricia’s books are sold in IAW’s Book Boutique. They include:
A God Who Looks Like Me (Ballantine Books, 1995)
Be Full of Yourself! (Open Window Creations, 1998)
Imagine a Woman in Love with Herself (Conari Press, 1999)
I Promise Myself (Conari Press, 2000)
Words Made Flesh (Open Window Creations, 2004)
A Deeper Wisdom: The 12 Steps from a Woman’s Perspective (OWC, 2015)
With each book, poem, and workshop, Patricia inspires her readers to journey from self-criticism to self-celebration and to refashion our beloved world by giving birth to images of inclusion, poems of truth, rituals of healing, experiences of transformation, relationships of equality, strategies of peace, institutions of justice, and households of compassion.