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Meg Wolitzer

Montclair Literary Festival: Meg Wolitzer in full bloom

Meg Wolitzer will discuss her new book during the Montclair Literary Festival.
Montclair Public Library

Culture in brief: Montclair Library receives Great Stories Club grant

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...
Posie

Local Writing/Anderson Park: ‘Posie in Anderson Park’ by Suki Grabcheski

Suki Grabcheski's "Posie in Anderson Park,' about the friendship between a tree, a flower, and a purple elepjhant, brings the park to life.
writing

All Write Now: the other parts of writing

A lot of steps go into writing that are not writing, including research and Spider Solitaire, writes Steph Auteri in her latest "All Write Now."
poetry

Pencils raised: poetry contest for Montclair Local

For a special feature in observance of National Poetry Month, send us your short poems on the subject of travel. It doesn’t have to be literal travel; you can interpret the theme any way...

Open Book/Open Mind: Isabel Allende tells Montclair ‘anything can happen’

Isabel Allende discussed her new book "In the Midst of Winter" with Montclair's Christina Baker Kline at Buzz Aldrin Middle School this past Wednesday.
quinny

The ups and downs of third grade

Montclair author Adriana Brad Schanen's "Quinny & Hopper" series are realistic and nuanced Middle Grade fiction: something unusual these days.
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.

What book(s) are you reading?

Here's a book or two for your To Be Read list, in honor of The Little Read.
community

All Write Now: Writing community, pandemic edition

No you can't meet for brunch at a diner — yet. But a writing community is possible during the pandemic, writes Melissa D. Sullivan in "All Write Now."