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.
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Montclair Literary Festival: Age is but a number

Montclair Literary Festival has readings, workshops and book-signings for children and young adults, including one by a Montclair teen writer.

Montclair Literary Festival: Finding a common language, in translation

A panel on translation moderated by Montclair author Garth Risk Hallberg will explore how language can connect readers across cultures.

Montclair Literary Festival: Joyce Carol Oates explores ‘dead-end zeals’

Best-selling author Joyce Carol Oates will appear at Succeed2gether's Montclair Literary Festival on Saturday, March 23, to talk about her new book, "Hazards of Time Travel."
Montclair Literary Festival

Culture in brief: Montclair Literary Festival begins tomorrow

Succed2gether’s Montclair Literary Festival, begins tonight, Wednesday, March 20, and will run through Sunday, March 24. Here are some picks.

All write now: writing is a numbers game

Writing is a numbers, game, writes Steph Auteri in the latest "All Write Now." Want to get published? Send out queries and manuscripts, over and over.

Culture in brief: Panel to discuss ‘slavery’s descendants’ at Montclair Literary Festival

Succeed2gether's Montclair Literary Festival will feature a panel on 'Slavery’s Descendants,' with Dionne Ford, Rachel Swarns, and Karen Branan.
75 Plus

True life stories told in ’75 Plus’

In “75 Plus: Seniors Life Stories” Grange (Lady Haig) Rutan and Anthony V. Naturale have collected the fascinating tales of 42 senior citizens.

Montclair Literary Festival: a festival of books and ideas

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.

All Write Now: Writing for the love of writing