At the annual WNBA-NYC Open Mic night, bold voices shared their work to an enrapt audience.
Pride Month is ending, but you can bring it with you: Jen Wang’s colorful graphic novel The Prince and the Dressmaker has a Prince who prefers to be a Lady.
Christa Avampato shares thoughts on recently receiving a Nautilus Book Award for Young Adult Fiction for her novel Emerson Page and Where the Light Enters.
At Ladies Who Brunch, the transformational time and personal reflection in Jennifer Egan’s Manhattan Beach were key topics.
Wondering how to get more involved with the WNBA? Apply to the open board positions for Co-VP of Programs! If you can’t commit to the role now, send in your Member News for The Bookwoman.
Query Roulette is in a few days! Take the weekend to finish fine-tuning your query, with advice directly from some of the agents who have participated in Query Roulette!
Finished your novel and thinking of sending it out? Get advice from Query Roulette agents Amelia Appel and Gabrielle Piraino!
How do you fit an entire novel on one page? Get advice before Query Roulette from agents Stacy Testa and Samantha Fingerhut.
Looking for a literary agent for your next novel? With Query Roulette coming up in two weeks, get to know the agents and what they’re looking for!
Before Query Roulette on June 5th, learn more about some of the agents – and how to impress them in your query! Agents Tess Callero and Christina Morgan share.