BE BRAVER WITH ADVENTUROUS WOMEN TRAVEL WRITERS
ON MARCH 9
On March 9 at 7:30 pm, we will be meeting with the co-hosts of the podcast There She Goes – Lavinia Spalding and Kelly Chappie, who are travel writers themselves, have anthologized women travel writers in print, and who now host an acclaimed podcast where adventurous and swashbuckling women travel writers from every continent but Antarctica share stories that make the listener feel braver.
Come hear them discuss their plans for the second season of the podcast and listen to travel narratives from some of their featured writers. We will talk about the kinds of work they look for as editors and podcasters, advice for emerging travel writers, and why it is important for us to hear brave globe-trekking stories from women authors.
If you would like to attend, please click on this link on March 9.
DIVE DEEPER INTO WOMEN AUTHOR’S POWER AT OUR ACADEMIC PANEL DISCUSSION AT SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY ON MARCH 24 AT 2 PM.
On Thursday, March 24, at 2 pm on the third floor of Sims Library (1211 SGA Drive in Hammond) on the campus of Southeastern Louisiana University, The New Orleans Chapter of the WNBA is teaming up with the English department for an academic discussion of the importance of women’s writing with our members and members of the university faculty. We are talking about women writers who may have been underestimated or misunderstood and other concerns deeply connected to the mission statement of this organization. Attendance is free, and light refreshments will be served.
WHO IS GOING TO THE TENNESSEE WILLIAMS FESTIVAL THIS YEAR?
The list of events is up at the Tennessee Williams Festival website — https://tennesseewilliams.net/festival/events/
And our member Constance Adler is presenting, member Sara Woodard is one of the key organizers of the event, and our doyenne Susan Larson remains a grand influencer in all things T-Dub-Fest. Tickets are on sale now. See you at the Carousel Bar!
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