Succeed2gether's Montclair Literary Festival will feature a panel on 'Slavery’s Descendants,' with Dionne Ford, Rachel Swarns, and Karen Branan.
Dreamed up by Jacqueline Mroz and Catherine Platt, the 2019 Montclair Literary Festival will be five days long, with more than 100 authors in attendance.
Three writers will talk about their perspectives on Michelle Obama, and their work in "The Meaning of Michelle," at the Montclair Public Library.
Chris Wilson went from being sentenced to life in prison at 18, to a life filled with purpose on the outside. He will discuss "The Master Plan" at the Montclair Public Library in Open Book/Open Mind.
All Write Now columnist Steph Auteri lists some of the nonfiction books we can look forward to in 2019, that she writes will make her feel inspired again.
Kathy Curto will read from her new book "Not for Nothing: Glimpses into a Jersey Childhood" in the Halfway There Reading series on Monday, Jan. 14.
The Montclair Public Library has been selected as one of 70 libraries nationwide to take part in the Great Stories Club, a reading and discussion program for underserved teens. This competitive grant is offered...