Women Writing About Mothers and Daughters
Our panelists include:
Moderator: Harriet Shenkman, poet, professor and WNBA-NYC board member.
Join the WNBA-NYC Chapter at our annual members-onlySpring Brunch!
Sunday, April 9th1:00PM - 3:00PM
Relax, socialize, and enjoy great food with fellow chapter members! Held at the home of a long-time chapter member on NYC's Upper East Side (address given upon RSVP).
As always, our Spring Brunch is potluck-style. Please let us know what you would like to bring for everyone to enjoy!
Save the date!
The WNBA was founded on the idea that books have power and that those involved in their creation gain strength from joining forces. Given our current political climate we are exploring the role of publishing and politics with a group of panelists participating in the conversation in a variety of ways. Some are actively promoting political, social, and environmental activism through the books they develop and initiatives they spearhead. Others are walking the line between customer wants and political beliefs. Through this panel we will discuss the ways in which we each contribute to the political conversation.
Stay tuned for further information about this upcoming panel!
Announcing our next book club read:
Join WNBA-NYC members once again for our Ladies who Brunch Book Club! Held at the Marguax Restaurant at the historic Marlton Hotel. We will be discussing Sarah Schulman's reimagination of Balzac's Cousin Bette in her modern retelling, The Cosmopolitans. Note any of your favorite passages to share with the group!
Food and beverages are available for purchase. This event is moderated by Jill Wisoff.
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