- Our top two quotes from Junot Diaz and one interesting fact from the award winning author himself kicks off our Twitter party recap!
- — Junot Díaz (@RealJunotDiaz)Tue, May 07 2013 01:52:01the only way to support reading is to push books on youth. all of us have to be librarians and literary curators. #L4LL
- — Junot Díaz (@RealJunotDiaz)Tue, May 07 2013 01:49:33the first book that changed my life was WATERSHIP DOWN. who knew that we, the small and vulnerable, could be heroes? #L4LL
- Journalist Soledad O'Brien jumped in on the conversation on how to get our youth to read more.
- — Riverhead Events (@RiverheadEvents)Tue, May 07 2013 01:25:36
- — Carla Molina (@CarlaMCreative)Tue, May 07 2013 02:11:50
- — Yvonne Condes (@yvonneinla)Tue, May 07 2013 01:15:42
- — LaCasaAzul Bookstore (@LaCasaAzulBooks)Tue, May 07 2013 01:35:00
- — LasComadresBook (@LasComadresBook)Tue, May 07 2013 01:22:51
- — Junot Díaz (@RealJunotDiaz)Tue, May 07 2013 01:24:26advice? there's a ton of advice out there for writers. more advice than writing honestly. just read and write--and read and write #L4LL
Latinas for Latino Literature Host Junot Diaz
Latinas for Latino Literature (@Latinas4LatLit) host Pulizter prize winning author Junot Diaz's (@RealJunotDiaz) first ever Twitter party to discuss his writing, advocacy work and his thoughts on advancing the importance of nurturing U.S. Latino literature and literacy. #L4LL