The Ladies Who Brunch discussed the One Book, One New York pick Americanah, by Chimamanda Ngozie Adichie, during the June meeting.
The WNBA’s panel focusing on Publishing and the Political Conversation was a resounding success; speakers with various roles in publishing spoke up!
Marketing advice for writers from marketing maven Julie Trelstad of Julie Ink: how to market yourself as a writer in the digital age.
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.
Ladies Who Brunch discussed Sarah Schulman’s The Cosmopolitans, a complex novel of friendship and revenge based on a classic French novel.
WNBA-NYC members gathered for the Holiday Party at Hudson Hound to celebrate the holidays and welcome the new year. Good drinks, food, and conversation was had by all.
The words and rhythms of the Power of Poetry can humanize, educate, and heal. Why 5 women write poetry.
NRGM Author Panel says it all started with a question and the need to have answers. Here’s a panel recap of the NRGM Author Panel.
Members of WNBA-NYC had a great time meeting others in publishing at Brooklyn Book Festival 2016 to talk about WNBA, books, and publishing. Click to read more about BBF.
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.