As you prepare for the 2017 WNBA Writing Contest (which includes YA for the first time!), look into some of these wacky writing contests!
Do you avoid black cats or throw salt over your shoulder? It’s Friday the 13th, and superstitions abound – just as the occult did when the WNBA was founded!
For the first Members Write Now, a new series featuring writing by WNBA members, Sora Vernikoff shares from her book Eat What You Want! Stop When You Want!
Right after you remember to send in your centennial RSVP, why not check out a historical fiction book from now about the time of the WNBA founding?
If you’re looking for an example that proves why literature matters beyond pointing out that the WNBA is in its hundredth year, use 1917’s war poetry.
If fall isn’t your cup of tea, these October events across the boroughs will change your mind – from a lit crawl to the Centennial, there’s no wrong choice!
Success at the Brooklyn Book Festival: As attendees explored the stalls and listened to authors talk about their writing, the WNBA-NYC was out and about!
One hundred years ago, readers and authors were fascinated by war, wealth, and human interaction. What can the bestselling books of 1917 say about today?
In the Ladies Who Brunch double feature this August, the book club members discussed two suspenseful beach reads: 300 Days of Sun and Into the Water.
Consider the historical moment of the WNBA’s founding as you reflect on the first strides made then and the progress we have and haven’t made since then.