The Awkward Page: A Rowdy Evening Devoted To The Books That Helped Us Grow Up

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Portland Jewish Academy says
An evening for adults, presented by PJ Library Portland, Portland Jewish Academy, and Mittleman Jewish Community Center . Laugh, cry, and cringe over memories of raging hormones and awkward adolescences when we revisit the fiction that defined young adulthood for so many of us, with our very special guests:

Lizzie Skurnick is the editor-in-chief of Lizzie Skurnick Books, which reissues classic young adult fiction for the new era. She's the author of Shelf Discovery, a memoir about teen reading, and "That Should Be a
Word," a collection of wordplay from her The New York Times magazine column.

Joanna Miller is a writer, producer, and the co-founder of “Blumesday,” an annual, live tribute to Judy Blume that has been featured in publications around the country.

Thursday, April 23rd
7:00-9:00pm
MJCC Ballroom
6651 SW Capitol Highway Portland, 97219
Free and Open to All
For more information call (503) 244-0126
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By: Portland Jewish Academy