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More to celebrate in March!

Did you know that March is National Reading Month and National Music in Our Schools Month? Since reading and music fall squarely into the celebration of arts and culture, we here at Buffalo Heritage Press and Citybration love March! 

Publishing 2.0 Workshops
There are still two Saturday sessions left in this month-long series of book publishing workshops at The Buffalo History Museum!
   From 10:00-12:30 on Saturday, March 23, Put a Bow On It will present publishing options and how to choose the right one for your book. (Marti Gorman, Buffalo Heritage Press founder and publisher, is one of the speakers!)
   The final DIY session on March 30 will focus on how to market your book regardless of how you choose to publish it
both before and after it's ready for readers to purchase. (Hannah Gordon, director of marketing and publicity at Buffalo Heritage Press, will be sharing her expertise.) 
   For more information and to register for either one or both of these workshops, click below.
Learn More
Looking for something to read this month? Check out our brand new Buffalo Heritage Press website!
   We suggest At First Light: Poems and Photography by Wende Essrow. Why, you ask? Well, not only does it have pages and pages of glorious spring and summer photography of WNY's outdoor beauty accompanied by inspiring poetry, but we just learned that it is a finalist for a prestigious Benjamin Franklin Award in the gift book category. That makes it one of the best books in the nation to give to someone you love.
   What a great way to celebrate spring!

Show us how you're celebrating this month! Tag @BuffaloHeritage on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter!

11th Annual Edible Book Festival

This fun event gives "Let them eat cake!" a whole new meaning.
   The international Edible Book Festival is a family-friendly event that takes place on or around April Fool’s Day in cities around the world.
   Buffalo's event will take place on Saturday, March 30 from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. at the WNY Book Arts Center (WNYBAC). You are invited to create a book that can be eaten! These delicious creations will be on display, judged and then consumed by all. 
   If you are not an artistic foodie or one of the celebrity judges, be sure to number among the fortunate attendees. Proceeds will benefit ongoing WNYBAC programming for bibliophiles of all ages. 
   See you there!

Donate to Music is Art
Min Jin Lee's Babel talk at Kleinhans last Wednesday was fabulous. How and why she writes her award-winning books held those in the packed auditorium spellbound. This was a perfect event to celebrate National Reading Month. 
   However, if you missed Min Jin Lee, don't fret. There is still one more Babel opportunity this season. George Saunders will discuss his book, Lincoln in the Bardo,
 on April 18, and there are plenty of other excellent literary events listed on the Just Buffalo calendar!
March is also Music in Our Schools Month. That makes it a great time to make a donation to Music is Art! 
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