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This Sunday, the 57th annual Variety Telethon will air on WKBW Channel 7. If you came to our Buffalo From A to Z, Come Take a Tour With Me book launch in November, you’ll see some familiar faces on your TV screen.
 


Authors of Buffalo From A to Z, Come Take a Tour With Me, Brigette Atlas-Callahan and Kristin Madej-Warham, will be on air at 11:20 a.m. to talk about Brigette’s special family connection with the Variety Club.
Read About the Connection Between This Local Children's Book Author and the Children's Charity
Meet Our Interns
Our interns bring a lot to our workspace—creative ideas and can-do attitudes are just the beginning of the list. We asked them a series of questions to help you get to know them. Two of the most important?
1. Why did you want to intern at a publishing house?
2. What are you reading right now?
Emmanuel Abdulai
Houghton College, English major

1. I wish to learn more about the scene! I want nothing more than to be an author, so when I was offered the opportunity to join the publishing house, I was ecstatic. Although I understand the fact that these are different areas, learning about the process that my story will one day go through is really interesting.

2. The School of Good and Evil: The Last Ever After by Soman Chainani
 
Charlotte Chamberlain
Medaille College, Communications major

1. I've always been interested in books and what goes into getting them into the public eye. I'm the type of person that loves seeing a finished product, but I'm also fascinated by the development process.

2. Written In Red by Anne Bishop 

 
Danielle Lipford
Medaille College, Communications major

1. My biggest dream in life is to become an established author and then turn my books into movies. Internships are required for me to graduate, but I only plan to do those that pertain to my passions. My first internship had to do with film, so now I am doing one with books. There is no better place to work with books then at a publishing house.

2. The Throne of Glass Series by Sarah J. Maas
Read the Rest of the Intern Q&A Here
Want to learn how an independent press works and be a part of the behind-the-scenes book action? Submit a résumé and cover letter to Hannah Gordon (hannah@buffaloheritage.com) or tell someone who you think would be a good fit!
Buffalo Maritime Center Open House
When: 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 2
Where: Buffalo Maritime Center, 90 Arthur Street, Buffalo, NY 
What: Celebrate the 250th anniversary of the birth of the visionary governor who championed and oversaw the creation of New York States’s Erie Canal. 
 

There is a pre-Open House speaker, which attendees must register for. Get info on that here

You Gotta Have Art Festival

When: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 2
             Noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday, March 3
Where: Clarence Presbyterian Chruch, 9675 Main Street, Clarence, NY
What: The You’ve Gotta Have Art Festival is a juried show and sale featuring more than 40 artists, including many Roycroft artisans. Paintings, jewelry, pottery, glass, photography, textile art, and wood furniture and carvings will be for sale by the artists. A raffle of artwork donated by participating artists will be held, concluding on Sunday. A free children’s creative art project is offered on Saturday, and breakfast and lunch will be available at the Crafty Café’ on both days.
Admission: $3, children under 12 free 

 
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