In Juniper Shelley's "Walking," a girl and her mother walk in Anderson Park. Shelley's story is a winner in the Anderson Park Short Story Contest.
A writing group is great, writes Melissa D. Sullivan in her latest "All Write Now," but for her, writing is an explosion, and can't be shared too soon.
Ms. Harmonica Sunbeam will leadDrag Queen Story Hour, with stories, crafts and sparkles, at Kidville and Bnai Keshet during Pride Month.
Maxwell Kumahor's "Stand Up" is one of the winners in the inaugural Anderson Park Short Story Contest, a competition for middle school students.
By STEPH AUTERI For Montclair LocalSteph Auteri is a full-time freelance writer and editor who has written for The Atlantic, the Washington Post, Pacific Standard, VICE and other publications. Her memoir, “A Dirty Word,” was...