Entertainment Teens - May 2017

Publisher: Freshman Press
Category: Entertainment, Young Adult
Language: English
Frequency : Monthly

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Entertainment Teens is one of the fastest-growing magazines on the market. Featuring exclusive interviews with celebrities, literature works, sports, movie & TV series review, philosophy, music review, college guide and travel, Entertainment Teens is dedicated to providing teens with a safe, non-violent environment where they can enjoy themselves. Found in January, 2017 Entertainment Teens is a monthly digital publication which perfectly combines literature and entertainment. Starting as a literature magazine, we understand some of the problems most of the literature magazines would face in modern days. Here, you will see a new aspect of literature, which is both funny and meaningful. Besides literature, we also offer difference kinds of articles, including social issues, exclusive interviews with celebrities, sports, music, movies and more. Entertainment Teens is the only magazine where entertainment and literature perfectly mixed together. A subscription to Entertainment Teens brings you to a world with perfect mixture of literature and entertainment. Established By Teens, Written For Teens.

Issue 1 goes live with our brand new app! Welcome aboard! For the first issue, we invited some celebrities including Madison Hu from Disney's new hit '' Bizaardvark'', Thomas Kuc from Nickelodeon's '' Game Shakers'', Michael Campion from Netflix's '' Fuller House'' and Greg Marks to share their journey with us. In addition to this, we talked a variety of subjects including social issues, movie reviews, sports, music review, and technology. We also featured My War Against The Invisibles & Mid- Autumn Moon by Martin Chan, the youngest Pushcart Award Winning Author for Short Story, who has many works appear in reputable literary journals including Pangyrus, Quarterly West, and Manchester Review; The Lunch Lady by David Ho, the youngest editor-in-chief in WHSH journal, and more. What are you waiting for? Click and enjoy the 170-page journey.