When the Ladies Who Brunch discussed Salt Houses and A Long Time Gone, generational struggles and social pressure on women were two of the topics the groups focused on.
If you’re not too busy working on your submission for the WNBA Writing Contest (don’t forget, entries are due March 1st), break up the tedium of February with bookish events around the city!
“You are in the wrong skin, at the wrong time, in the wrong place.” – This month’s Members Write Now features an excerpt from Diana Altman’s story “In the Wrong Skin,” which will publish in The Notre Dame Review this spring.
Join Lady Jane’s Salon for the ninth anniversary celebration on Monday, February 5! Not sure what Lady Jane’s Salon is? It’s romance + books + charity: a romance reading series launched by WNBA members that donates net procedes to charity.
Hey writers! You only have a bit more than a month left to get your fiction, poetry, nonfiction, or YA submission in for the 2018 WNBA Writing Contest, which includes a cash prize, publication in The Bookwoman, and publication in an anthology of winners!
Last month, the WNBA presented Dr. Carla Hayden, the fourteenth Librarian of Congress, with one of the two centennial WNBA Awards!
In this month’s Members Write Now, Sherring Dartiguenave’s personal essay expresses the path to finding expression through the color of her wardrobe.
As cake was cut, awards were presented, and champagne bottles were popped, a sense of community and a shared love of reading pervaded the WNBA Centennial Celebration on Saturday, October 29th, as did the sense that looking back at 100 years is only the beginning. For all our shared history,…
Dinitia Smith, author of The Honeymoon, talked to the Ladies Who Brunch about her novel based on the brief marriage of novelist George Eliot.
On Saturday, October 28, WNBA members celebrated the Centennial in style with cocktails, awards, and literary conversations!