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Goodnight Bunions

Martin writes humorous, mystery, and romance fiction, as well as children’s picture books.

Century Man

Richman, a resident of Monroe, has been a freelance journalist and communications consultant since 2007.

Something New at Seventy-Two

Frank retired as chief of commercial litigation for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

The Things We Hold on To

Chaz Weiner describes himself as a “22-year-old aspiring author of young adult novels living in downtown Princeton.

The Scale

Philip Lear has taught courses in the short story at Rutgers in the OLLIRU program and has published two anthologies of stories.

Taking It Off

Rafle is retired as a teacher at Villa Victoria Academy. Before that she was U.S. 1’s first ad salesperson.

Potential Energy

Adina Langer grew up in Princeton Junction.

Air and Water

Micah Langer grew up in Princeton Junction. After eight years playing music and studying translation in Montreal, Quebec, he returned to New Jersey to get into the building trades.

Simon Ferdinand

Corey Langer is a professor of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, where he serves as the director of thoracic oncology at the Abramson Cancer Center.

Pink Pachyderm

Mindy Langer came to Princeton to join a pediatric practice and has lived in Princeton Junction for over 30 years.