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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.

High Spirits: A Collection of Sacred Prose and Poetry by Maria Luisa R. Ierfino-Adornato

This first book by Maria Luisa R. Ierfino-Adornato is a collection of personal poems.

 

Injustice Served: The Story of British Columbia’s Italian Enemy Aliens During World War II - by Raymond Culos

This is the very sensitive story of BC’s Italians classified as enemy aliens during World War II.

 
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.

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.

 

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.

 

 
Our Lady of La Difesa Church: Historical Guide, Second Edition - by Camillo Menchini

This updated volume, fifty years after Menchini's original work, features a number of archival photos alongside scores of new photos highlighting Nincheri's work as well as that of other artists.

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.

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.

 
The Dynamics of Cultural Exchange: Creative and Critical Works - Edited by Licia Canton

The Dynamics of Cultural Exchange is a remarkable collection of critical essays and creative works – short stories, poetry, and drama – in English, French and Italian.

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