We are excited about the WNBA’s upcoming events! We have events for members and some for non-members as well.
The WNBA provides regular programming at the national level and through our chapters. During the coronavirus pandemic, all events are virtual.
Event details for National events, such as Zoom links and passwords, are sent out through our Bookwoman emails and are posted in our Facebook groups, Bookwoman Book Club and WNBA Talks Books, or on our WNBA Facebook page.
We hope you’ll join us!
September 23 — Hitchcock’s Female Accomplices: The Women Who Worked with Alfred Hitchcock, with Christina Lane at 6:30 pm EDT. Hosted by WNBA-South Florida. Christina Lane, Chair of the Department of Cinema and Interactive Media at the University of Miami, will discuss the influential women writers, producers, and those behind the scenes who contributed to the success of Alfred Hitchcock. For more information or to register, contact email@example.com.
September 25 — Virtual Happy Hour Mixer at 5pm PDT. Hosted by WNBA-San Francisco. Take advantage of the ability to mix and mingle with San Francisco members virtually. Sign up.
September 30 — Blogging for Authors Lunch and Learn with Nina Amir and Nita Sweeney at 12:00 pm PDT. Hosted by WNBA-San Francisco. Whether you write fiction or nonfiction, a blog can be a fun writing endeavor that also helps you build your platform, gain authority, get published, and promote your books. Sign up.
October 1 — Let’s Get Historical: Writing Historical Fiction at 6:30 pm EDT. Hosted by WNBA-DC. Focusing on the writing process from inspiration to getting published, this talk features Mariah Fredericks, Diana Giovinazzo, and Sherri L. Smith, three writers of historical fiction. Learn more about the event and register here.
October 4 — 35th Annual Judy Lopez Memorial Award for Children’s Literature at 2:00 pm PDT. Hosted by WNBA-LA. Join us for a virtual afternoon tea to honor the award winners. Watch on October 4.
October 8 — Blues Women: First Civil Rights Workers at 6:30 pm EDT. Hosted by WNBA-South Florida. Dr. Joan Cartwright, author of Women in Jazz South Florida, and Charlene Farrington, the Executive Director of the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum will give a musical presentation on the role of women blues singers and composers in the fight for civil rights with a discussion of community museums. For more information or to register contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are always interested in new event ideas, so let us know if you have an idea or would like to lead a webinar or a workshop for us. Simply email Julie at communications [at] wnba-books.org.
Did you know you can live anywhere and be a member of our organization? Network membership is perfect for anyone who does not live near one of our chapter cities.
New events for the fall are coming, so check back soon. All event details are sent via our Bookwoman emails, so make sure you are signed up, and keep an eye out for event announcements in emails.