The WNBA-NYC Blog is taking a hiatus. Have a great summer!
For the final installment of our June Folklore Friday series, go ancient, modern, and retro all at once with female warriors and Wonder Woman.
The Ladies Who Brunch discussed the One Book, One New York pick Americanah, by Chimamanda Ngozie Adichie, during the June meeting.
Escape the heat this Folklore Friday with Women of Winter: tales about snowy princesses, icy queens, and supernatural women who can’t get close to warmth!
The WNBA’s panel focusing on Publishing and the Political Conversation was a resounding success; speakers with various roles in publishing spoke up!
Mermaids or Manatees or Coney Island Festivities? Read about everyone’s favorite little mermaid, her species’ origins, and who claimed to see mermaids!
Marketing advice for writers from marketing maven Julie Trelstad of Julie Ink: how to market yourself as a writer in the digital age.
Daydream about far off lands and once upon a time for Folklore Friday: Beauty and the Beast edition as you think about the bookish princess and her library!
The WNBA Open Mic Night was a resounding success! With a cozy atmosphere (including ‘smores), and a diverse range of voices and works, listeners left happy.
It’s a big book week in New York: BookExpo America and BookCon 2017 begin on Wednesday and conclude on Sunday! Check out the event rundown before going!