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The Eel
Writer Jack Fingon realizes too late that his life of "intuition and attraction" has produced...
My Grandmother's Pill
A story of mean drunks and happy ones, and of the women who often outlive...
Octopus Intelligence
Set in New York, Tehran, Port au Prince and Tegucigalpa, Octopus Intelligence tells the story...
Natural Stories #1
To his European audience Sanguineti is the intellectual confrère of writers such as Italo Calvino...
Leper Tango
Leper Tango is an end of millennium tale of an ambulance-chasing lawyer who uses his...
In the Claws of the Cat
In a small town like Chesterville, homicides are as rare as government grants. So it's...
Born into Somali royalty and Saudi Arabian wealth, Fatma is given away in infancy and, at age 12, forced into an arranged marriage with a young Peace Corps worker. Prejudice and cultural demands lead to a number of painful promises that will dictate the course of her life on two continents. Sometimes It Snows in America is a novel loosely based on the true account of an African woman's descent into an American hell, and finds its echo in the descent of her native Somalia into its own hell of violent desperation. It leaves the reader with the gifts of...
Sometimes It Snows in America

Marisa Labozzetta
Sometimes It Snows in America
Playing Naomi
A Hunger Artist and Other Stories; Poems and Songs of Love
Smile, you're getting old!
Mazilli's Shoes
Everything I Own
Dog and Crow
Camerado & The Trial of Pius XII: Two Plays
Rosemary Bluebell
Picture Theory
Land for Fatimah