Out and About in NYC

Hello, WNBA-ers! Here are some events in the city to add to your social calendar. Khaled Hosseini in Conversation With Bill Goldstein Barnes & Noble Union Square 33 E 17th St., b/t Broadway and Park Ave South May 21, 2013 7:00pm – 8:00pm The author The Kite Runner and A…

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Member Monday: Barbara Foster

Barbara Foster is an Associate Professor and research librarian at CUNY. She is co-author of three highly acclaimed books, including the biographies Forbidden Journey (Harper/Collins) and The Secret Lives of Alexandra David-Neel (third printing Overlook, 2007). Her biography of Adah Isaacs Menken, America’s first superstar, A Dangerous Woman, was published…

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Member Monday: Gila Green

Canadian Gila Green’s debut novel KING OF THE CLASS is published by Now or Never Publishing (2013). Her novel in stories WHITE ZION, nominated for the Doris Bakwin Literary Award, will be released in spring 2014. She teaches fiction at: www.womenonwriting.com and lives in Israel with her husband and children.…

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Bookmark This: Fun Web Finds

Today’s featured links are fun photos and facts to lift your spirits! Qwiklit.com has compiled a great set of photos of famous authors, including Harper Lee, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and the late Chinua Achebe. 25 Rare Photos of Famous Authors   Even Hemingway, Kipling, and Kerouac didn’t make it on…

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Out and About in NYC

Happy Tuesday WNBA-ers! The warmer weather in NYC brings with it the arrival of some of the city’s most popular events. BookExpo America Thursday, May 30 – Saturday, June 1, 2013 Javits Center 655 W 34th St. New York, NY 10001 For the first time, BEA is now open to…

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Member Monday: Hello, Rachel Slaiman!

Rachel Slaiman is currently a freelance and blog writer for LatinTRENDS Magazine, with an M.S. in Publishing from Pace University.  She writes about events that she attends around the city and articles that are geared toward the Latino community.  Her two passions are reading and writing. How did you become…

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