January 25, 2016

Nutley Notables gets new cover, more interior photos

2016 cover
Two pieces of author news. We've redesigned the cover of Nutley Notables and added some interior collages at the chapter headings. The revised paperback is available now at this link

We are currently working on a Kindle edition.

Also - if you're in Nutley, NJ, do check the latest copy of the local magazine Nutley Neighbors for a story about the author.

January 4, 2016

Does Bedford Falls = Nutley?

Here's one of two stories published recently that feature Anthony Buccino's view of the bridge seen in Frank Capra's It's A Wonderful Life.

Does Bedford Falls = Nutley? by John Kampfe at Jerseywood.

One of the latest versions of the screenplay for the film was written by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett. Goodrich was born in Belleville and raised in neighboring Nutley, New Jersey.

Buccino is also cited in an article by Barry Lenson and published in the Nutley Neighbors magazine January issue. 
Read Buccino's review of The Real Nick and Nora - Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett, Writers of Stage and Screen Classics by David L. Goodrich.

A Wonderful Town by Anthony Buccino.

December 16, 2015

Observer Anniversary of Nutley 'Notables'

Thanks again to Karen Zautyk 

for her write-up last year on Nutley Notables. 

Read the story online here Meet Nutley's 'Notables'

Here's how it began:

By Karen Zautyk 
Observer Correspondent 
NUTLEY – The prolific Anthony Buccino (15 books and counting) has just published his latest work: “Nutley Notables,” profiling more than 150 “Men and Women Who Made a Memorable Impact on Our Hometown.”
Included, of course, is Annie Oakley, whom everyone in Nutley knows once lived here. (Yes, outlanders, she did!)
Almost everyone in Nutley knows that this was the hometown of Martha Kostyra, now Martha Stewart.
But do you know about Frances Goodrich? Or Uncle Fred? Or Grumpy the Clown?
You can meet them, along with political leaders, military heroes, businessmen, scientists, athletes, artists, writers, et al., in the pages of “Nutley Notables.” And you may be surprised at the wide array of talents who called this tree-shaded town home. Or as Buccino describes Nutley: the kind of place “Norman Rockwell only dreamed of illustrating.” ...

Nutley Notables - blog 

Nutley Notables website

November 25, 2015

Private Reading at The College of New Jersey

INK, The College of New Jersey’s creative writing organization said The Goods event to be held in the spring will bring poet, historical writer and journalist Anthony Buccino to perform at 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 23, 2016.

Buccino, who has been awarded for his journalistic blogs, is a local writer from Nutley, N.J., according to Friedman. She stressed that by bringing in a local writer, “we want to definitely showcase what is available for students outside of the College.”

More information.

Please note that there will be no The Goods this semester, as renovations to the Student Center starting in April make it impossible to book and use the Rathskellar.

November 2, 2015

This Passes for Memoir

The recent update of Anthony's World, our web site now includes a long list of memoir pieces by Anthony Buccino. 

Let us know if you have a favorite memoir piece that's not listed.

On the town!

October 25, 2015

This Passes for Humor

The recent update of Anthony's World, our web site now includes a short list of humor pieces. Let us know if you have a favorite humor piece that's not listed. 

September 20, 2015

Flashback: September 20, 2012

Websites bring Nutley History to life

By Hasime Kukaj

NOTE: Funny thing about when this piece ran, my web sites went down when my host shutdown without notice. By the time I relocated everything, all the buzz, if any, had gone.