Nicole C. Ayers, WNBA-Charlotte, shares how teaching, parenting, and writing have helped her become a more empathetic editor.
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www.wnba-sfchapter.org The San Francisco Chapter of WNBA brings together members with diverse backgrounds in the literary world to exchange ideas and resources. Founded in 1968 by Effie Lee Morris, then coordinator of Children’s Services for the San Francisco Main Public Library, membership has ranged from sixty to over one hundred. Our members are writers, […]
Reading books is good for us. Audrey Webster, a member of the WNBA-NYC, explains how reading affects our brains.
As we celebrate National Library Week April 7–13, 2019, we take a look at the types of libraries that exist, and the kinds of resources that libraries provide their communities.
Award-winning author Patty Somlo (WNBA-San Francisco) explores how using magical elements emphasizes reality. She also shares why short fiction and magical realism work well together.