Fulcrum Group, Paperback, 9781555917357, 195pp.
Publication Date: July 1, 2010
The diaspora has ended. Preservationists are winning out over demolition crews. The lights are back on in a city that's usually associated with blizzards and blight rather than its treasure trove of art, architecture, and culture.
Although rife with injokes for Buffalo locals, making it a mustread for East Coasters, Buffalo Unbound abounds with entertainment, along with many riveting facts, for those who have never experienced the area firsthand. Pedersen's essays are love letters to her favorite cityseemingly penned by a cross between anthropologist Margaret Mead and the likes of Dave Barry. Terry Shannon, Book Reporter.com
"Buffalo Unbound is a humorous and heartfelt look at the rise, fall, and rebirth of the great Rust Belt city." —USA Book News
Buffalo Unbound was a finalist for the International Book Awards in the Humor category.
Buffalo Unbound was a finalist for the 2011 International Book Awards in the Travel Essay category.