bibliophiles

The Bibliophiles to discuss ‘Becoming’ at MAM

The Bibliophiles, America's oldest incorporated black book club, will present a discussion of Michelle Obama's "Becoming" at MAM on Saturday, June 22.
Drag Queen Story Hour

Pride Month: Ms. Harmonica Sunbeam brings Drag Queen Story Hour to town

Ms. Harmonica Sunbeam will leadDrag Queen Story Hour, with stories, crafts and sparkles, at Kidville and Bnai Keshet during Pride Month.
Anderson Park

Local writing/Anderson Park: ‘Stand Up’ by Maxwell Kumahor

Maxwell Kumahor's "Stand Up" is one of the winners in the inaugural Anderson Park Short Story Contest, a competition for middle school students.
road

Dot’s Desk: On the Road Again

Bestselling author Dorothea Benton Frank sends photographs from the road, of her book tour to promote her latest book, "Queen Bee."
Robin

Open Book/Open Mind: the life of Robin Williams

Dave Itzkoff, culture reporter for the New York Times, will talk about his biography of Robin Williams, "Robin," to Rolling Stone's Alan Sepinwall.

All Write Now: How to light a fire under your butt

By STEPH AUTERI For Montclair LocalSteph Auteri is a full-time freelance writer and editor who has written for The Atlantic, the Washington Post, Pacific Standard, VICE and other publications. Her memoir, “A Dirty Word,” was...

Finish this story: Help Montclair Local write a “Montclair Tall Tale”

Release your inner author, Montclair.We’re looking for writers to help us with our jointly created story, “Howdy, Neighbor.”This week is the call-out, we’ll publish the first installment (written by you!) sometime after the Montclair...

Photos: Love for all; ‘She’s My Dad’

Authot Jonathan Williams spoke about his transgender dad, Paula, and his book "She's My Dad," at First Congregational Church on March 26.

All Write now: what to write, what to order

What you feel like eating in a diner, explained by where you are in your writing mood, in the latest "All Write Now" by Melissa D. Sullivan.

Montclair Literary Festival: Thompson, Zanes, Phillips have a musical, literary beat

Three rockers sang and read to open the Montclair Literary Festival, on March 20: Warren Zanes, Richard Thompson, and Zara Phillips.