Make some time to curl up with a new book as February comes to a close: Lisa Halliday’s novel Asymmetry is a gorgeous quick read that will keep you thinking for days.
“Women really moved the book world forward. And that’s an undertold story.” – and other highlights from the panel Women in the Literary Landscape: Challenges and Opportunities, which celebrated the launch of the WNBA’s book: WOMEN IN THE LITERARY LANDSCAPE.
As we lose the heat wave last weekend, hiding inside with a book sounds like a perfect plan! Roxane Gay’s deeply personal Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body describes her personal bodily journey while also exploring the reality of having a large body in a world that doesn’t accommodate it.
This month’s The Reader’s View takes on Celeste Ng’s new and widely acclaimed novel Little Fires Everywhere, which takes on motherhood in suburbia.
The NRGM – Great Group Reads 10th Anniversary kick off to the Centennial came with a bonus: the chance for national members to share their NRGM experiences.
Angelica Baker’s OUR LITTLE RACKET tells the tale of five women adjacent to a powerful man as they resist impending chaos from the financial crisis.
1917: The WNBA was founded. And New York women won the right to vote through collective effort, organized protest, and social effort.
The WNBA has been around for 100 years and the NRGM Great Group Reads has been around for 10! Don’t miss the Friday panel of authors from the first GGR!
One hundred years ago, the WNBA wasn’t the only literary beginning: 1917 was also the first year of the Pulitzer Prizes! Compare winners from now and then.
As you prepare for the 2017 WNBA Writing Contest (which includes YA for the first time!), look into some of these wacky writing contests!