Women in the Literary Landscape: A Centennial Publication of the Women's National Book Association

From the Publishers Weekly review: "Literary researchers will find a treasure trove of material here."

A Centennial Celebration!

Welcome to the WNBA Centennial website. Since 1917 we have connected, educated, advocated, and led in the literary community. In our 100th year, we salute all the ways in which we have done that. And invite you to join in!

 

Book-A-Day Women's History Month Program

 

Books for the new administration.

Sponsorships and Corporate Support

  • Baker & Taylor

  • Barnes & Noble, Inc. 

  • Hachette Book Group

  • HarperCollins Ecco and William Morrow

  • Ingram Content Group

  • KV Design

  • MTM Publishing

  • Penguin Young Readers Group

  • Sourcebooks

  • WNBA-NYC

Partners

  • Association of American Publishers

  • Fjords Literary Review

  • General Society of Mechanics & Tradesmen

  • New York State Suffrage Centennial 

  • Pen + Brush

  • Publishers Weekly

  • VIDA: Women in the Literary Arts

  • Women Writing Women's Lives Biography Seminar

National Reading

Group Month 

10th ANNIVERSARY

Bookwomen Speak
The WNBA Centennial Visonaries Series
The WNBA Second Century Prize
Supporting the power of reading past, present, and future:
LITTLE FREE LIBRARY
 Celebrating Women's Voices
200 Books to Read and Talk About &
Book-A-Day Program
Women in the Literary Landscape:
A Centennial Publication of the Women's National Book Association

WNBA Award

Honoring women who've made critical contributions to the world of books

Centennial Celebration

Centennial festivities in New York City,

October 2017

The Women’s National Book Association is a national organization of women and men who work with and value books. A non-profit 501(c)3 organization, WNBA exists to promote reading and to support the role of women in the community of the book.

Contact Us:
 

Email: info@wnba-books.org

Phone: 866-610-WNBA (9622)

Mail: PO Box 237, FDR Station, NY, NY 10150

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