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.
Publishing needs diversity and equality. Five diverse voices came together to discuss ways we can all help make a change. Why you need to speak up to be heard.
The 2016 Pannell Award winners rub elbows with Jaime Lee Curtis and Sabaa Tahir at BEA’s Children’s Book and Author Breakfast.
A full crowd gathers to hear three inspired writers talk about sexuality, literature, and the craft of combining the two in WNBA-NYC’s latest Author Panel.
Ten minutes to pitch your novel: think you can do it? Here’s a recap of Query Roulette 2016, where writers share their query letters with NYC agents
by Rachel Slaiman and Linda Rosen On October 5th, WNBA members gathered in the Willa Cather Room of the Jefferson Market Library for conversation with actor and director Estelle Parsons and authors Lynne Sharon Schwartz and Hilma Wolitzer. Our own Rosalind Reisner moderated the lively, informative and very humorous panel…
Ma, Room and its contents are the only people 5-year-old Jack has ever known. He and Ma spend their days in a garden shed with a skylight interacting with Sink, Wardrobe, Bed, Bathtub, and TV. Because he has never known anything else he believes that everything in the 10×10 shed…
What’s the best way to play softball? On a beautiful Saturday afternoon on the Great Lawn of Central Park, raising money for a great cause.
It wasn’t a problem for Kim Gottlieb-Walker to take pictures of Bob Marley when his band mates and friends surrounded him at home. She showed me a few casual shots of Bob laughing with the band, hanging around the house, and talking with her own young son.