(This news courtesy Cynthia Sterling's Market News)
Juno Books books.com an imprint of Pocket Books that publishes "Fantasy with a focus on female" has updated its writer's guidelines at http://www.juno-books.com/guidelines.html
To quote from those guidelines: "We are interested in fantasy featuring a strong female protagonist set in a contemporary (or a very few years in the future) world quite like ours except for the intersection/transgression of the numinous (that which is "wholly other") with/upon the mundane. This world can be open ("magic", the "supernatural" is known to exist) or closed (where "otherness" is concealed from common knowledge). This type of "urban fantasy" (sometimes called "paranormal/urban fantasy") is typically crossed with mystery, action/adventure, and horror featuring a woman with supernatural power (or some paranormal connection). Romance/relationship is usually an element in this mix as is humor." They are not interested in paranormal romance, historical fantasy, or sword and sorcery. Manuscripts should be between 80,000 and 100,000 words. They accept submissions via emailed, as detailed in their guidelines.