New Hope Celebrates spotlights local author Stefani Moore with book signing of new novel based on New Hope
Location: NHC LGBT Community History Exhibit,
34 S. Main St. New Hope, PA
Date: Saturday, September 24, 2016
Time: 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
New Hope Celebrates (NHC) is excited to announce that local author Stefani Moore will be at NHC’s LGBT Community History Exhibit space on Saturday, September 24, from 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Stefani will be greeting guests and signing her novel Last Dance in Paradise.
• Appearing will be one of the local entertainers on the book cover, legendary female impersonator, Carl Max
• A free wine and cheese reception will be held during the event
“This is a great opportunity to come out and support the arts in New Hope and discover what NHC’s Retro-Scope Exhibit is all about,” said Dan Brooks, the founder of New Hope Celebrates and Content Director of Retro-Scope.
• The Pop-Up Exhibit will be on display through October 30
• The LGBT Exhibit will celebrate LGBT History Month throughout October
NHC’s LGBT Exhibit space is open to the public Friday through Sunday and by appointment Monday through Thursday. Visit www.newhopecelebrates.com for additional event and local LGBT information.
“New Hope Celebrates salutes the courage and struggles of our friends in the transgender community and joins them in their efforts for equality and acceptance,” said Sharon Fronabarger, President of NHC. “Stefani’s book tells the story of how one LGBT community banded together and supported each other during one of the darkest periods of our history.”
For more information or to purchase a copy of Last Dance in Paradise, visit Farley’s Bookshop in New Hope, or go to www.amazon.com. If you already have a copy of the book, bring it to the event and Stefani will be happy to sign it for you. Books will be available for purchase at the event. Come early to be sure to get your copy.
NOTE: If you purchase the book online be sure to use Amazon Smile. Your purchases via www.smile.amazon.com will support New Hope Celebrates, Inc.
Reviews for Last Dance in Paradise:
“This was a great book and Stefani is a terrific storyteller. I enjoyed the book from beginning to end. Her writing style is rich and colorful in its story as well as the characters. My only criticism is that the book ended too soon.”
“Transwoman Stefani Moore, a denizen of New Hope, has chronicled one sad, busy day in 1995 when the gay community of Paradise, NJ (a thinly disguised New Hope) came together to stage a drag show as a benefit for a local artist dying from AIDS. Ms. Moore has chronicled and removed the veil that too often conceals the difficult lives of the transgendered and exposes the tragedy that shortened the lives of talented, promising people who didn’t deserve to die so young.”
Dr. James Morris
“Great story! It brought me back to the good times in my life.”