Part two of our literary March Madness moves on to discuss the minds of female authors with focus on Emily Dickinson, Virginia Woolf, and Sylvia Plath.
100 Books Lists spotlights a fictionalized memoir and history book written by women about Catholicism.
Part one of our March Madness series takes a literary twist: “madwomen” in classic literature. Read about Ophelia, Bertha, and Sethe.
100 Books List Spotlights three books written by Black women in honor of Black History Month.
Celebrate Banned Books Week by fighting back against censorship. Why some of your favorite books were banned or challenged.
Before the WNBA-NYC blog takes off for a short summer vacation, Chapter President Hannah Bennett wants to remind you about the exciting fall season ahead!
WNBA chapter representatives from across the country come together in support of our nationwide efforts in advocacy, education, and connection at the 2016 National Meeting.
Filled to capacity, a backroom at the Cornelia Street Café paid homage to a wildly talented list of women writers in this year’s Open Mic Night reading. Sharing fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, each reader presented a part of her published or unpublished self, exploring ideas beyond the framework of their genre and offering something very new.
Come hear the written word from some of WNBA’s writers as they read selections from their books, poems, and hearts. Join us tonight at Cornelia Street Cafe for Open Mic.
The 2016 Pannell Award winners rub elbows with Jaime Lee Curtis and Sabaa Tahir at BEA’s Children’s Book and Author Breakfast.