[Speaker] Women Ignited – sponsored by The Women’s National Book Assn-San Francisco Chapter

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WOMEN IGNITED!
In the WORLD of the BOOK
A special event with WNBA-SF
Experts, Authors, and Poets
Sunday, April 3, 2016
1:303:30 pm
 
Register for this exciting event!
Register today and bring a friend for Free!
 
  You are invited to The Women’s National Book Assn-San Francisco Chapter (WNBA-SF)* own version of Ted Talks with WNBA-SF publishing experts. We are calling it Ignite!. Although shorter in length, our 5-minute version of the TED talks promises to deliver information and inspiration for all writers wherever you are on your writing journey.  
 
Additional Bonus:  learn more from the expert of your choice at one-on-one sessions after the talks.
 

Hear WNBA-SF Member Experts

 
      Catharine Bramkamp, author. Photo by Deanne Fitzmaurice

Catherine Brankamp

Social Media for Authors

 
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Mary E. Knippel

Women’s Voices

 
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Websites for Writers

 
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Linda Joy Myers

The Power of Your True Story

 
 
How could it get any better?
 
WNBA-SF Members AUTHOR SHOWCASE!
WNBA-SF Members will display and sell their books at genre tables that border the large and spacious room. Meet and greet authors of memoir, fiction, historical, mystery, teen and children’s books, as well as non-fiction. Author prizes!
 
 
But there’s more…
 
 
POETRY READINGS from member poets to begin and end the program to celebrate the poetry month of April, featuring Julia Park Tracey, Alameda Poet Laureate. 
 
 
Join us at the Rathskeller–enjoy the value of WNBA!

  Register today!

Alameda Elks Lodge, Rathskeller
A charming historic building,
“The Liveliest Lodge in Elkdom”
2255 Santa Clara Ave,
Alameda, CA 94501
$35 – WNBA Members
$45 – Non-members
Includes snacks, desserts, and refreshing drinks. Free parking.
 
*The Women’s National Book Association was established in 1917..long before the basketball association. In a time before women were allowed to vote, a group of women, who were refused admittance to the publishing establishments on the East Coast of the United States, formed their own collaborative association devoted to everything associated with books. The San Francisco Chapter was established in 1968. Members include authors, indexers, librarians, editors, graphic designers, researchers, publishers, and more. With chapters across the nation, this non-profit organization is an advocate for literacy around the world and a non-voting member of the United Nations.
About Mary E. Knippel

Mary E Knippel, Writer Unleashed and the founder of Your Writing Mentor supports women to take pen in hand to unleash their story worth writing...to leverage their impact through their stories...reclaim their voices...to polish their words so that they sparkle and shine from the start...and go from making dinner to making a difference. Contact her at mary (at) yourwritingmentor.com.