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    The best way to honor your mom this Mother’s Day?

    Bet you can’t compete with Mark Goldman. Award-winning Buffalo author releases latest book, a memoir honoring his mother We can’t all honor our mothers as spectacularly as Mark Goldman has done in Tillie: A New York City Girl, 1906-2001, but we can all enjoy the marvelous tale he has woven based on Tillie’s life growing up in mid-century New York City…

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    Buffalo Heritage Press Welcomes New Illustrator: Iris M. Kirkwood

    Buffalo Heritage Press recently signed Iris M. Kirkwood, a Buffalo-based artist, to illustrate a forthcoming middle grade book. We originally met Iris at the Western New York Children’s Book Expo, where she eagerly approached us about book publishing opportunities. After seeing her work, we knew she was the illustrator we had been searching for. “It’s the face that drives my…

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    Meet Our Interns: Spring 2019

    Emmanuel Abdulai, 19 University/college: Houghton College Buffalo Hometown: Born in West Africa, The Gambia to be specific. I grew up in Orchard Park, New York however. Major: English Minor: undecided! Why he wants to intern at a publishing house:  I wish to learn more about the scene! I want nothing more than to be an author of my own that…

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    Brigette Atlas-Callahan and Kristin Madej-Warham

    Buffalo Heritage Press Buffalo From A to Z: Come Take a Tour With Me Kristin Madej-Warham and Brigette Atlas-Callahan have been writing together since 2002, starting in a little coffee shop on Elmwood Avenue. The two women are friends, mothers, and literacy specialists in the Niagara Wheatfield Central School District, and of course, they are proud Buffalonians! Born and raised…

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    Rick Azar

    Buffalo Heritage Press Tales from Azar’s Attic A professional broadcaster for more than 35 years, Rick Azar was a radio announcer while still in high school. After graduating from Canisius College, he pursued a theatrical career in New York City. His radio career began in Niagara Falls at WUSJ and WHLD, where he hosted Azar’s Attic, a jazz show. He…

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    Joseph Bieron

    Buffalo Heritage Press Postcard Views: A Walk Down Main Street, Buffalo, New York, circa 1910 Born in Buffalo and is a lifelong resident of Western New York. He taught chemistry at Canisius College for 40 years. In 1995, he founded Canisius College Press, which published books about Buffalo and Western New York history.

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    Hugh Brady

    New Idea Press A Spirituality of Being Human Hugh Brady is a former Catholic priest who served in parishes and as spiritual director at St. Bernard’s Seminary in the Rochester, New York Diocese. He received his Doctorate in Ministry from the Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School. Hugh is the founder of the Center for Dialogue in Buffalo, New York, where…

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    Patricia Braus

    Buffalo Heritage Press Rochester Routes: Tours of Monroe County’s Historic Places Patricia Braus works as a science writer at the University of Rochester Medical Center, has written a book about the marketing of women’s health care and has contributed to a variety of publications as a freelance writer. She was formerly a reporter for Rochester’s Times-Union.

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    Clinton Brown

    Buffalo Heritage Press Becoming Elmwood: Buffalo’s Olmsted Parkway Neighborhood Buffalo native and historic preservation architect Clinton Brown, FAIA, is a graduate of Franklin & Marshall College, the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies, and the University of Virginia School of Architecture. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. He founded Clinton Brown Company Architecture, pc, Buffalo’s leading…