"Cheaper by the Dozen" is Montclairs first Community Read. The book includes references to Nishuane school, the Wellmont, and more. Peter Gilbreth talks about his famous family.
Melissa D. Sullivan, a columnist for "All Write Now," reflects on the book/film journey of Ian McEwan's "On Chesil Beach."
This year's Montclair Literary Festival doubled its attendance from last year. A wrap-up, and recap of Anna Quindlen talk.
Tooth fairies are really engineers: at least they are in "Tooth Fairies and Jetpacks." The author and illustrator are coming to town!
Readings by high profile writers, workshops and panels are all part of the Montclair Literary Festival, which runs through Sunday.
Meg Wolitzer will discuss her new book during the Montclair Literary Festival.
Melissa D. Sullivan asks: why write?
There's no sophomore slump for the second outing of the Montclair Literary Festival, which begins on March 15.