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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.

 
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.

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.

Writing Beyond History: An Anthology of Prose and Poetry - edited by Licia Canton, Delia De Santis, Venera Fazio

Writing Beyond History is the literary expression of thirty contemporary writers who share a connection to Italy as an inspiration for their craft.

 
Almond Wine and Fertility - by Licia Canton

The stories by Licia Canton are imbued with sensitivity and optimism, peopled by characters struggling to accept themselves as they attempt to negotiate between languages and cultures, between people and places, between the modern and the traditional.

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.

Making Olives and Other Family Secrets, by Darlene Madott

When Darlene Madott casts her line, you can’t help but bite and allow her powerful writing to reel you in. Sometimes slowly, at first, but with a crescendo that keeps you hooked.

 

 
Random Thoughts - by Marisa de Franceschi

The short prose sketches in this collection express the often complicated feelings we have for sons, daughters, husbands, sisters, friends, and the world at large. The sketches are sometimes light hearted and whimsical, but they can also be poignant expressions of disappointment, disbelief, and distaste for what the writer has witnessed.

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