Meetings and Events
Upcoming Chapter MeetingsOur monthly meetings are held the first Thursday of the month from September through April, except for October and January, at Jonathan's Grille in Nashville. The programs start at 6:00 p.m., with many arriving at 5:00 p.m. to enjoy networking. Our Fall meeting schedule is:September 8 (Thursday) - Discussion of Authors and Programs to see at Southern Festival of Books, presented by the Nashville chapter's immediate past president, Gail Vinett.October 15 (Saturday) - … Read More...
On December 10, Book’em is holding a Used Book Giveaway open to teachers and organizations serving low-income youth. The event will be held at 161 Rains Avenue in Nashville from 9 am – 2 pm. If you have questions or need more information, email Cameron@bookem-kids.org or call 615-255-1820.
The Who Picked This Book? Club is happy to have WNBA-Nashville member Dana Carpenter, Associate Professor of English, join us on November 8 at 3:30 in Beaman 209 at Lipscomb University to talk about her novel Bohemian Gospel. Stick around afterwards for a reception and book signing at 5:00 p.m., with more opportunities to hear from… Read More
WNBA-Nashville member Kelly Oliver, Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University, will be at Parnassus Books on Tuesday, Nov. 1, at 6:30, discussing and signing her new book, Coyote.
Benefits of Membership: Learn about trends in the world of books and participate in our informative programs Attend members-only events such as the Holiday Dinner and Garden Party Publicize your work through our website, newsletters, and news flashes Be listed in the Nashville chapter directory and receive a printed copy Network and socialize with like-minded book lovers Connect with colleagues nationwide through the national WNBA members-only directory Receive the Nashville News … Read More...
Why Join WNBA?
Learn more about the benefits of joining WNBA from two of our chapter presidents. In this video clip, WNBA LA Chapter President Rachelle Yosuf shares her experiences and the benefits she has received from her WNBA membership and her active involvement with the Los Angeles chapter.
And in this video clip, WNBA Boston Chapter Co-President Amaryah Orenstein, owner of her own literary agency, shares her experiences in looking for an association to help her connect with the literary community in the Boston area.
Check out Chapter 16’s article Hitting Home, written by our former WNBA Nashville intern, Allie Sockwell. Allie, an English major, discusses how her WNBA internship led to a new understanding of literature.