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.
Montclairites talkes about their first time on a snowmobile, going to England, figuring out a scam, at the first Montclair Film StorySLAM.
When you set out to write about loved ones, there are things to keep in mind.
How do photographs change from bad to good? Time...
After a successful inaugural Montclair Literary Festival last year, organizers have announced the initial lineup for the 2018 festival. Best-selling author Tom Perrotta, who wrote “The Leftovers,” “Election” and “Little Children,” will appear alongside...
For Montclair authors Estep Nagy and Garth Hallberg, dadhood affects authorship.
Halfway There reading series features writers with New Jersey