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“21 Proms” Book Reading Today in NYC

s640Ɨ4801.jpg21 Proms Book Reading at the Tompkins Square Park Branch of the Public Library.

“Teen Authors Read @ The Tompkins Square Branch Library.”
Date: Wednesday, March 7 Time: 6:00 PM

Audience: young adults

Description:
Please join us as we welcome a very special panel of teen authors hosted by David Levithan, including Erin Downing, author of Prom Crashers, Maryrose Wood, author of Why I Let My Hair Grow Out, Justine Larbalestier, author of Magic’s Child, Leslie Margolis, author of Price of Admission, Eireann Corrigan, author of Ordinary Ghosts and authors from the forthcoming anthology, 21 Proms! For ages 12-18.
Get the book 21 Proms here.
Location:
Tompkins Square Branch
331 East 10th Street
(212) 228-4747

Review from Amazon:
“21 PROMS tells the stories of, well, twenty-one proms. Twenty-one fantastic authors contributed to this collection, and each and every one of the stories is fabulous and enjoyable. A few, however, really stick out in my mind after finishing this book.
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Film, QuinceaƱera

q5sml.jpgJust wanted to remind everybody about a great film,QuinceaƱera, check it out some weekend and maybe have a Prom Themed Movie Weekend with friends. You could even show these films at an After-Party.

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    Review from Amazon.com
    A Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize-winner, QuinceaƱera is a small film with a big heart.
    The plot unfolds at the leisurely pace of life itself, yet there’s not a wasted moment in the script. The story follows the travails of young Magdalena (Emily Rios), a teen in the Mexican-American, but gentrifying, Los Angeles neighborhood of Echo Park.
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  • Trashing Your Prom

    yourprom.jpgThe Magazine I mean. Of course the complaints reported in Gawker regarding a bad review on the blog Magazine Rack, have a point under all the cattiness. Would you like to see more plus-sized models in Prom Magazines? I think so because there are a lot of girls who are interested in prom fashion that are not model sized so why not show all the shapes and sizes of the buying public? Well expect more fun stuff on Gawker about Prom because they are subscribing to the magazine! Oh and yes I am one of Gawker’s Artists. I am glad they brought this up even if it wasn’t their intention to point this issue out I think Prom Magazines should show more diverse body types.