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Carly Simon will sign copies of her book “Touched by the Sun: My Friendship With Jackie,” Oct. 24 at Bookends in Ridgewood.

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Oct. 21: Newt Gingrich at Bookends, Ridgewood. Author of “Trump vs. China: Facing American’s Greatest Threat.”
Oct. 21: Stephanie Dray, Heather Webb, Sophie Perinot and Eliza Knight at Words, Maplewood. Co-authors of “Ribbons of Scarlet: A Novel of the French Revolution’s Women,” in conversation with Michelle Cameron.
Oct. 21: Christine Coulson at St. James Episcopal Church, Montclair. Author of “Metropolitan Stories.”

Oct. 22: Jenna Dewan at Bookends, Ridgewood. Author of “Gracefully You: Finding Beauty and Balance in the Everyday.”
Oct. 22: Marc Bloom at Words, Maplewood. Author of “Amazing Racers: The Story of America’s Greatest Running Team and Its Revolutionary Coach.”

Oct. 23: Karen Dukess at Watchung Booksellers, Montclair. Author of “The Last Book Party,” in conversation with Valerie Block.
Oct. 23: Dan Kois at Words, Maplewood. Author of “How to Be a Family: The Year I Dragged My Kids Around the World to Find a New Way to Be Together,” in conversation with Allison Benedikt.

Oct. 24: Carly Simon at Bookends, Ridgewood. Author of “Touched by the Sun: My Friendship With Jackie.”
Oct. 24: Adelia Moore at Watchung Booksellers, Montclair. Author of “Being the Grownup: Love, Limits, and the Natural Authority of Parenthood.”
Oct. 24: Dana Czapnik at Words, Maplewood. Author of “The Falconer,” in conversation with Laura Sim.
Oct. 24: Ellie Krieger at Books and Greetings, Northvale. Author of “Whole in One: Complete, Healthy Meals in a Single Pot, Sheet Pan or Skillet.”

Oct. 25: Andrew Rea at Bookends, Ridgewood. Author of “Binging With Babish: 100 Recipes Recreated From Your Favorite Movies and TV Shows.”

Oct. 25-26: Princeton Poetry Festival at Berlind Theatre at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton. With Ellen Bass, Gabrielle Bates, Cornelius Eady, Kimiko Hahn, Dora Malech, Harryette Mullen, Ben Purkert, Indran Amirthanayagam, Lidija Dimkovska, Ishion Hutchinson, Vasyl Makhno and Tommy Pico.

Oct. 26: Lee Bacon at Words, Maplewood. Author of “The Last Human.”

Oct. 27: Judge Jeanine Pirro at Books and Greetings, Northvale. Author of “Radicals, Resistance, and and Revenge: The Left’s Plot to Remake America.”

Oct. 28: “Something Wicked This Way Comes” at Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey at Drew University, Madison.
Oct. 28: Heather Morris at Words, Maplewood. Author of “Cilka’s Journey.”

Oct. 29: James Van Praagh at Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown.
Oct. 29: David Baldacci at Seasons Restaurant, Washington Township. Author of “One Good Deed.”

Oct. 30: Boyd Varty at Words, Maplewood. Author of “The Lion Tracker’s Guide to Life.”

Nov. 3: “A Moderated Conversation With Michelle Obama” at Prudential Center, Newark.
Nov. 3: Daniel Okrent at Montclair Public Library. Author of “The Guarded Gate: Bigotry, Eugenics, and the Law that Kept Two Generations of Jews, Italians, and Other European Immigrants Out of America,” in conversation with Jonathan Alter.

Nov. 4: Sean Wilentz at Newark Public Library. Lecture on “American Slavery, American Antislavery.”
Nov. 4: Jerry Rice at Books & Greetings, Northvale. Author of “America’s Game: The NFL at 100.”
Nov. 4: Marissa Meyer at White Eagle Hall, Jersey City. Author of “Supernova.”

Nov. 6: Deepak Chopra, “The Nature of Reality” at Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown.
Nov. 6: Dale Berra at Montclair Public Library. Author of “My Dad, Yogi: A Memoir of Family and Baseball.”

Nov. 7: B.A. Shapiro at Montclair Art Museum. Author of “The Collector’s Apprentice,” in conversation with Caroline Leavitt.

Nov. 7: Lisa Tognola at Watchung Booksellers, Montclair. Author of “As Long As It’s Perfect.”

Nov. 8: Terry Bradshaw at Music Box at Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa, Atlantic City.

Nov. 10: Gerry Cooney and Randy Gordon at Books and Greetings, Northvale. Authors of “Gentleman Gerry: A Contender in the Ring, a Champion in Recovery” and “Glove Affair: My Lifelong Journey in the World of Professional Boxing,” respectively.

Nov. 14: Ron Darling at Books and Greetings, Northvale. Author of “108 Stitches: Loose Threads, Ripping Yarns, and the Darnedest Characters From My Time in The Game.”

Nov. 16: “Schitt’s Creek: Up Close & Personal” with “Schitt’s Creek” cast members including Eugene Levy and Daniel Levy at Caesars, Atlantic City.

Nov. 20: Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling of “Beverly Hills, 90210” at Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown.

Nov. 21: Lore Podcast Live at Scottish Rite Auditorium, Collingswood.

Nov. 22: Jennie Garth and Tori Spelling of “Beverly Hills, 90210” at Music Box at Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa, Atlantic City.
Nov. 22: “Who? Weekly” podcast at White Eagle Hall, Jersey City.
Nov. 22: “The Moth” storytelling show at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton.

Nov. 23: Lidia Bastianich at Books and Greetings, Northvale. Author of “Felidia: Recipes From My Flagship Restaurant.”

Nov. 26: Glenn Jacobs at Bookends, Ridgewood. Author of “Mayor Kane: Life Life in Wrestling and Politics.”

Dec. 5: David Sedaris at Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown.

Dec. 7: “An Evening With Stephen Colbert and Julia Louis-Dreyfus,” benefit for Montclair Film at Prudential Hall at NJPAC, Newark.

Dec. 8: “An Evening With Jane Fonda” at Mayo Performing Arts Center, Morristown. 

Dec. 9: “Something Merry This Way Comes” at Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey at Drew University, Madison.

Jan. 16: Neil deGrasse Tyson at Prudential Hall at NJPAC, Newark. 

Feb. 1: Andy Borowitz at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton.

Feb. 24: Deepak Chopra at BergenPAC, Englewood.

Feb. 29: Isaac Mizrahi at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton.

March 25-29: Montclair Literary Festival.

April 7: David Sedaris at McCarter Theatre Center, Princeton.

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