Calling all Kid Lit Authors and Illustrators! The WNBA LA chapter is hosting our FIRST Kid Lit Happy Hour. Grab your favorite book-themed drink and come hang out. RSVP for the event by clicking here.
Who is invited:
Lovers/ Authors/ Illustrators of:
Graphic Novels for kids
Young Adult Books
Learn more about WNBA
Sneak Peek at Kid Lit Summer Workshops/events
April 29th Thursday From 6pm – 7pm
What to Bring:
WNBA-LA is thrilled to participate in the Spring 2021 BookFest – April 17 & 18
The BookFest, an award-winning bi-annual online event, brings the book-loving community together from around the world for an online bookish adventure.
Saturday, April 17, is dedicated to readers, while Sunday, April 18, is dedicated to writers. To attend, just go to the website (http://TheBookFest.com) and check out the live stream to watch panels and conversations.
WNBA-LA VP Debra Eckerling, author of Your Goal Guide: A Roadmap for Setting, Planning, and Achieving Your Goals, will be participating in an author chat on April 17 at 4:50pm.
Our President Diana Giovinazzo is moderating a panel on memoir on April 18 at 11am: Sharing Your Story: The Secret Ingredient in Your Memoir is You
WNBA-LA presents a panel of amazing women memoirists. Whether you are toying with writing a memoir, have a story you need to tell, or are just fascinated by the genre, these authors are sure to inspire. Featured authors write about grief, redemption, and good old-fashioned sex. There’s something for everyone.
Bridgitte Jackson-Buckley, Author of The Gift of Crisis, chronicles her story of financial crisis and the meditation practice which helped to overcome it. Bridgitte is the owner of Little Visioneers Bookstore.
Arlene Schindler, Author of the memoir Stand Up & Heartbreak and the novel The Last Place She’d Look. Arlene, who originated the comedy-review column at The New York Post, currently reviews films for Watercooler.hq.
Sue William Silverman, Award-winning author of seven books, including How to Survive Death and Other Inconveniences and Love Sick: One Woman’s Journey through Sexual Addiction, made into a movie, teacher at Vermont College of Fine Arts.
Moderator: Diana Giovinazzo, Author of The Woman in Red and forthcoming Antoinette’s Sister, President of the Los Angeles Chapter of the Women’s National Book Association and co-creator of Wine, Women and Words, a weekly literary podcast.
To stay informed on everything BookFest-related, and to get a free Virtual Gift Bag emailed to you after The BookFest Adventure, sign up for email alerts: https://www.thebookfest.com/signup/.
You will also receive a free ticket to our VIP Spring Mixer (Click link for more information and event link)
Check out the full schedule here:
Hope to see you at The BookFest!
Celebrate Spring with WNBA-LA! Our mixers are a mashup of speed-networking, pitching, and fun!
Everyone will have a few minutes to:
- Share: Who you Are & What you Write/Read
- Tell: How you Help & What you Need
- Then Make Connections!
Plus, we will have some awesome giveaways. Prizes include:
- Query Review from our President Diana Giovinazzo (“The Woman in Red,” “Antoinette’s Sister”)
- Mini Goal-Planning Session with our VP Debra Eckerling (“Your Goal Guide: A Roadmap for Setting, Planning and Achieving Your Goals“)
- Story Review with Communications Chair Eddie Louise (“The Tales of Sage and Savant“)
- A Bag of Books in a WNBA-LA Tote
- And more!
* Must be present to win
Success comes from asking for help and helping others. Make some new friends and connections with WNBA-LA.
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This event is free for:
– WNBA-LA Members
– Attendees of The Spring 2021 BookFest. Sign up: http://TheBookFest.com