We are beyond pleased to welcome Nordette Adams on board as our Social Media Chair! A mere few weeks with Nordette at the helm, and our Twitter and Facebook pages already have increased engagement. Join us in welcoming Nordette, and if you’re on social media, say hello!
Nordette N. Adams grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana. Her poetry has appeared in Rattle Magazine’s “Poets Respond,” Quaint, About Place Journal, Scalawag Magazine, the collection Nasty Women Poets: An Anthology of Subversive Verse, and elsewhere. Her essays have been included or referenced in multiple books and journals such as the Social Issues in Literature series by Greenhaven Press, Sapphire’s Literary Breakthrough: Erotic Literacies, Feminist Pedagogies, and TAB: The Journal of Poetry and Poetics, as well as on news websites such as Blogher, HuffPost, Slate, Vox, USA Today, and the Washington Post. Currently the poetry editor of the Peauxdunque Review, she received her MA in English and her MFA in poetry from the University of New Orleans in 2016. Her day job: Technology Trainer at Jefferson Parish Library.
Virtual Reading Series
The New Orleans Chapter of the Women’s National Book Association is back with our virtual reading series!
Our next reading will take place THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, at 6 PM CT. This is our Back to School edition, and as such, the theme is open. We would love to hear a variety of genres and subjects.
We invite WNBA–NOLA members to read for 5 minutes. You may share your own writing, or the work of a favorite writer.
1. Although non-members may attend, you must be a member to perform.
2. Space is limited. Readers will participate in the order in which they sign-up. If we are unable to offer you a spot this time, you will be automatically registered for the next reading, which we expect to be in November.
3. If you read at the previous open mic, please wait until next time before signing up again. (This is subject to change. If we don’t get enough participants, we’ll open it to all members.)
If you’d like to read, let us know and we’ll send you the link to sign up. Zoom meeting ID and password will be announced the week of the reading.