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Maples & Chestnuts - A Memoir, by Rosetta Rosati

Through a sequence of short stories, poems and creative non-fiction pieces, Rosetta Rosati recounts her family history spanning three generations in Italy and Canada.

 

Waiting for Chrysanthemums - A Novel, by Marisa De Franceschi

In Waiting for Chrysanthemums Marisa De Franceschi weaves a classic whodunit mystery that will keep readers turning the pages to the very end.

Conspicuous Accents: Accenti Magazine's Finest Stories of the First 10 Years - edited by Licia Canton

This collection, comprised of the work of 35 authors, gathers in book form the best short stories published in Accenti Magazine since 2003 – a must-have volume for anyone who loves to read short fiction!

 
Chronicles of an Ottawa Chestnut Lover - by Luciano Pradal

This is a book of acquaintances and encounters, rich in anecdotes that are serious and amusing, whimsical and captivating – sharing a deep sense of humanity.

Fiorina: A Woman in the Wind by Pietro Vitelli

“We are only what we remember to be.” Within these words, which the protagonist Fiorina addresses to her interviewer-inquisitor-interlocutor – the narrator-author – towards the end of the novel, is enclosed the deep meaning of Pietro Vitelli’s fictional account. But very little else in the work’s structure is rendered so linearly.

Giovanni's Journey - by Osvaldo G. Zappa

In this memoir, reality, history and imaginative narrative alternate frequently. It recounts the life-story of a boy in war-torn Italy and, later, his life as an immigrant in Canada.

 
Making Olives and Other Family Secrets - RIPASSO, by Darlene Madott

Just as with a Ripasso wine, re-passing Valpolicella over the skins of Amarone grapes too delicious to discard, Madott’s literary revisitation of the original Making Olives, amplified with five new “secrets,” has created a second and more mature fermentation.

City of Sinners - by D.C. Iannuzzi

In this highly charged novel, D.C. Iannuzzi takes readers on a wild ride, as authorities attempt to thwart a bomb threat instigated by an anonymous terrorist group dead-set against the Quebec government’s repressive anti-English language laws.

Penance is for the Weak - by D.C. Iannuzzi

In this sequel to City of Sinners, D.C. Iannuzzi confirms his shameless devotion to the film noir genre, weaving a tale of corrosive greed, blind ambition and ruthless retribution.

 
Fast Forward and Other Stories - by Delia De Santis

The stories by Delia De Santis, so simply written yet so intricate and complex with feelings, are like drawing a curtain to look in upon a scene filled with latent turbulence.

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