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Feb. 22: Wendy Jones at Montclair Public Library. Author of “An Extraordinary Life: Josephine E. Jones.”
Feb. 22: Donna Clovis at Barnes & Noble, Princeton. Author of “Quantum Leaps in Princeton’s Place.”
Feb. 23: Caroline Madden at Words, Asbury Park. Author of “Springsteen as Soundtrack: The Sound of The Boss in Film and Television.”
Feb. 23: Charlotte Alter at Montclair Public Library. Author of “The Ones We Have Been Waiting For: How a New Generation of Leaders Will Transform America.”
Feb. 25: Colum McCann in conversation with Garth Risk Hallberg at St. James Episcopal Church, Montclair. Author of “Apeirogon.” Pre-festival event for Montclair Literary Festival.
Feb. 26: Bill Ripken at Bookends, Ridgewood. Author of “State of Play: The Old School Guide to New School Baseball.”
Feb. 26: Susan Stewart at Labyrinth Books, Princeton. Author of “The Ruins Lesson: Meaning and Material in Western Culture.”
Feb. 29: Isaac Mizrahi at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton.
March 1: Gail Collins at Montclair Public Library. Author of “No Stopping Us Now: A History of Older Women in America.”
March 6: Mike Tyson at Music Box at Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa, Atlantic City.
March 10: James Queally at Little City Books, Hoboken. Author of “Line of Sight.”
March 11: Katherine Schwarzenegger Pratt at Bookends, Ridgewood. Author of “The Gift of Forgiveness: Inspiring Stories From Those Who Have Overcome the Unforgivable.”
March 12: Matt Fraser at Bookends, Ridgewood. Author of “When Heaven Calls: Life Lessons From America’s Top Psychic Medium.”
March 14: Chelsea Handler at Event Center at Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa, Atlantic City.
March 16: “Straight Up With Stassi” featuring Beau Clark and Taylor Strecker at Count Basie Center for the Arts, Red Bank.
March 17: Harlan Coben at Books and Greetings, Northvale. Author of “The Boy From the Woods.”
March 19: Louis Masure, lecture on “Springsteen’s American Vision” at Monmouth County Historical Association, Freehold.
March 25-29: Montclair Literary Festival.
April 2: Colton Underwood at Bookends, Ridgewood. Author of “The First Time: Finding Myself and Looking for Love on Reality TV.”
April 4: Rob Lowe, “Stories I Only Tell My Friends Live” at Caesars, Atlantic City.
April 6: Laura Prepon at Bookends, Ridgewood. Author of “You and I, as Mothers: A Raw and Honest Guide to Motherhood.”
April 9: Pod Save America: Live at Prudential Hall at NJPAC, Newark.
April 13: Christina Anstead at Bookends, Ridgewood. Author of “The Wellness Remodel: A Guide to Rebooting How You Eat, Move, and Feed Your Soul.”
April 16: Michael Imperioli at Pollak Theatre at Monmouth University, West Long Branch. Author of “The Perfume Burned His Eyes.”
April 21: Kathy Valentine at Bookends, Ridgewood. Author of “All I Ever Wanted: A Rock ‘n’ Roll Memoir.”
April 25: Dennis Elsas, “Rock ‘n’ Roll Never Forgets” presentation at Ciccone Theatre at Bergen Community College, Paramus.
April 28: Jenna Bush Hager at Count Basie Center for the Arts, Red Bank. Author of “Everything Is Beautiful in Its Time.”
May 7: Jim Carrey and Dana Vachon at Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre, Jersey City. Co-authors of “Memoirs and Misinformation.”
May 14: Chris Frantz at Little City Books, Hoboken. Author of “Remain in Love: Talking Heads, Tom Tom Club, Tina.”
May 14: “Independent Voices: An Evening With Bret Stephens” at South Orange Performing Arts Center.
May 15: Chris Frantz at Bookends, Ridgewood. Author of “Remain in Love: Talking Heads, Tom Tom Club, Tina.”
May 16: The Moth Mainstage at South Orange Performing Arts Center.
June 11-12: Theresa Caputo at Paramount Theatre, Asbury Park.
June 18: Theresa Caputo at BergenPAC, Englewood.
Oct. 6: David Sedaris at Count Basie Center for the Arts, Red Bank.
Oct. 23: Josh Gates at Count Basie Center for the Arts, Red Bank.
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