The Women’s National Book Association

The Women’s National Book Association ( was established in 1917, before women in America even had the right to vote. WNBA is a vibrant national organization. There are chapters with individual Active Members in eleven cities, individual Network Members across the country, numerous corporate Sustaining Members, and chapter Honorary Members in the world of books and beyond. WNBA is a broad-based non-profit organization with some 800 members across the country, three distinguished national awards, and a history of lively events in chapter cities and elsewhere.

The purposes of WNBA are educational and charitable. WNBA came into being to inform book women about matters relevant to themselves and the book world so that these women could inform and help one another.

That’s what we still do, through actions such as these:

  •     Bring together women and men who are active in the world of books
  •     Educate and inform the public about the need to create, produce, distribute, and use books
  •     Respond to requests for information about books and the allied arts and generate and support projects that help to  disseminate such information
  •     Serve as a catalyst for all in the book community who wish to work together, and
  •     Promote recognition of women’s achievements in the book industry.

Students can join for $20.00! Click here to join:

Below is the 2015 Fall Programs Schedule:

WNBA-NYC Program Flyer Fall 2015