Regent, a Pennington-based company serving the greater Princeton area since 1963, is known for floor coverings, remodeling services and window treatments.

    Judy Salcewicz, a retired teacher, lives and writes in Lawrence. Her stories have been published in U.S. 1, The Kelsey Review, five Chicken Soup for the Soul anthologies and more.

    Cheiten is a long-time Princeton resident and author of plays, short stories, and poems.

    Lisa Flanagan’s poem, 'Just Enough,' recently appeared in WNYC’s radio station’s April Poetry month web collection on the pandemic. Her first fiction short story debuted in U.S. 1.

    Riccards was previously a college president at three institutions and has published 20 books of fiction and nonfiction. He has been a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow at Princeton University and a Fulbright Fellow to Japan. He lives in Hamilton.

    Perchaluk lives in Lawrenceville. He writes, “You can take the movie-mad boy out of New York, but you can’t keep him out of the movie house.”

    Vida grew up in Hong Kong, came to America for college, and stayed. She has lived in Princeton more than 50 years and has two books of poems 'The Fragrant Harbor' and 'The Thirteen Lake,' by Kelsay Books.

    Born and raised in Princeton, Pepper Provenzano lives and writes in New Jersey, Arizona and Utah.

    In her poems, Elane Gutterman often enlivens social issues with personal stories. She is a founding Board member and current Literary Committee Chair of the West Windsor Arts Council. Her first poetry book, Tides of Expectation, was published by Kelsay Books in March, 2022.

    Firestone is a Princeton native who owned Firestone Real Estate for 25 years, and now writes poetry of place around the greater Princeton region.

    McHugh is a resident of Mercer County since 1935. A Princeton alumnus and retired marketing consultant, he served in the Air Force during World War II and the Korean War.

    Barrie is a local actor, director and writer. She has the pleasure of heading up the Senior Poetry Group based at Lawrence Library

    Kaplan is retired from broadcasting, spent 40 years at CBS Television and was awarded an Emmy. His short stories and poems have appeared in past U.S. 1 Summer Fictional Festivals in the Tiferet Journal, The Paulinskill Poetry Project, and other publications.

    Dabrowski worked on the Dinky on and off for a few years in the '90s, is retired and currently tortures the piano on weekends at Trenton’s Ellarslie Art Museum in Cadwalader Park in West Trenton.

    Christine Piatek lives in Ewing and is a retired public sector lawyer with a focus on environmental law. She enjoys many forms of writing, including poetry.