BERNIKOW, Louise. American, b. 1940. Genres: Human relations/Parenting, Literary criticism and history, Women's studies and issues, Writing/Journalism. Career: Writer. Research fellow at Columbia University, 1962; U.S. Fulbright Fellowship to Spain, 1963-64; instructor in writing at The Juilliard School, New York City, 1965-70, Barnard College and Hunter College, 1973-75, and New York University, 1978-81. Curriculum consultant and founder of women's studies programs at Hunter College, 1970, and at Jersey City State College. Consultant to television news magazines. Guest on television programs. Frequent lecturer at conferences. Publications: Abel, 1970; (ed.) The World Split Open: Four Centuries of Women Poets in England and America, 1552-1950, 1974; Among Women, 1980; Let's Have Lunch: Games of Sex and Power, 1981; Alone in America: The Search for Companionship, 1986; The American Women's Almanac: An Irreverent History, 1997; Bark if You Love Me, 2001. Contributor to magazines. Address: 318 W 105 St #4A, New York, NY 10025, U.S.A.