Annual Fall Brunch
Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013 at 12:30pm
Location: Mary Levering's home
Cost: FREE if you bring a dish to share or $10 at the door
RSVP: Contact WNBAEventsDC@gmail.com (when you let us know you're coming, we'll send you directions)
Don't miss our annual Fall Brunch! It's one of the favorite events of many members. Even if you've never come, join us for an essential part of WNBA's appeal. Bring a dish to share (with an ingredients list, for those with dietary restrictions) or $10. Spend a few hours with your WNBA friends, catching up and eating. If you know someone who'd benefit from being a member, bring him/her, too!
National Reading Group Month Event at the National Press Club
Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013 at 7:00pm
Location: National Press Club
Cost: Free for members and $10 for non-members
RSVP: Contact WNBAEventsDC@gmail.com to RSVP or to find out how you can volunteer to help with this event
Three amazing authors will read from and discuss their latest books. Author Leslie Maitland (Crossing the Borders of Time: A True Story of War, Exile, and Love Reclaimed) will moderate.
Authors to appear:
Charles Belfoure, The Paris Architect
Dara Horn, A Guide for the Perplexed
Virginia Pye, River of Dust
We're also looking for volunteers to help out with this event. Please contact WNBAEventsDC@gmail.com to RSVP or to get more information about volunteering.
Lunch and a museum tour (Audrey Niffenegger exhibit)
Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013 at 11:00am
Location: Meet at Cafe Mozart (1331 H Street NW, Washington, DC), followed by a tour at the Museum of Women in the Arts across the street
RSVP: Contact WNBAEventsDC@gmail.com
We'll meet at 11:00am at Cafe Mozart to fortify ourselves before heading across the street to the museum to tour the exhibit. Thanks to member Krystyna Wasserman for arranging this special tour!
More on WNBA Upcoming Events
WNBA/Washington hosts monthly events for Washington, D.C. metropolitan area professionals in
publishing and allied fields. Held between September and June, our events, workshops, and programs provide opportunities for networking and professional
growth. Monthly programs address topics of interest to our members, from the craft of writing and
the business of publishing to professional development, freelancing, and literacy promotion.
Programs are organized by members of the chapter board, specifically the program co-chairs,
as well as other member volunteers. WNBA also offers small-group gatherings that meet regularly
throughout the year for informal networking and socializing.
If you are interested in working on any of these programs, we would love the help! Contact any board member to get
A full list of program titles dating back to 1998, as well as photos for select events, are available
on the Event Archive page.