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.
On Saturday, October 28, WNBA members celebrated the Centennial in style with cocktails, awards, and literary conversations!
Happy birthday to the WNBA, which began 100 years ago today!
For National Reading Group Month’s tenth anniversary, a panel of debut authors from past lists spoke. The highlights? Historical research and strong women!
This month’s Members Write Now features WNBA member Christa Avampato’s book Emerson Page and Where the Light Enters, which published last week on November 1, 2017. Watch the book trailer here! A Long Way Home As they walked home, Emerson rested her head against Oliver and closed her eyes. She always…
1917: The WNBA was founded. And New York women won the right to vote through collective effort, organized protest, and social effort.
How do you confront challenges in the literary world as a woman? Check out the panel on challenges and opportunities for Women in the Literary Landscape!
This Saturday evening, the WNBA is celebrating our ONE HUNDREDTH anniversary! The evening will be filled with bookish delights – check out the breakdown!
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.