Medaille and Starcherone Books Kick Off Weekend of Indy Lit

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March 26, 2012

The Write Thing Reading Series continued on Thursday, March 22 with Stacherone Books and its 30 Under 30 contributors: Danielle Adair, Beth Couture and Brian Oliu.

Danielle Adair is an artist and writer born in northern Michigan and currently based in Los Angeles. She is the author of From JBAD: Lessons Learned (Les Figues Press, 2009) a "field guide" based on her time as a media embed with US Forces in Afghanistan. Adair is the recipient of the 2010 California Community Foundation Fellowship, and more about her work can be found at and

Beth Couture has work published or forthcoming in Gargoyle, The Southeast Review, Drunken Boat, and the Dirty Fabulous Anthology from Jaded Ibis, among others. She teaches at Bloomsburg University in Bloomsburg, Penn.

Brian Oliu is originally from New Jersey and currently lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. His work has been published in Hotel Amerika, New Ohio Review, Brevity, DIAGRAM, Sonora Review, Ninth Letter and others.

All three are featured in Starcherone's anthology of new writing by under-30 authors.

And on Saturday, Starcherone Books participated in the Buffalo Small Press Book Fair at the Karpeles Library Manuscript Museum. With nearly 100 booksellers, authors, bookmakers, artists, and poets gathered for this showcase of art and ideas.

Department of Humanities Professor Ted Pelton, Ph.D. started Starcherone Books in 2000, and serves as its publisher and on its board of directors. 

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