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A Place of Light
Each of these impeccably crafted and sensitive stories is built around the outstanding ordinary individuals,...
Playing To Win
The game of life. Stories about competition in sports and games and activities. The Greek...
Radius Islamicus
Joseph, the tactician behind the Piccadilly Circus bombing and many other such events, finds himself...
Unholy Stories
Her characters stumble into the light, clutching their existential problems. Their stories float up like...
Broke City
Jacques Renaud's Le casse, translated here as Broke City, is, if nothing else, an important...
Naked in the Sanctuary
A teenaged girl discovers a smuggling ring in the church her family attends. A father...
This collection voices the ongoing fascination with ethnicity in America. In this case, it is Italian-American ethnicity and its attendant themes -- the ineluctable bonds between mothers and daughters, granddaughters and grandparents; the family rituals centered around but not limited to celebration and dining; and the desire to reinvent the meanings of ethnicity, especially for third-generation writers, in order to re-establish ties to the homeland country (Italy) and to renegotiate women's position within both American and Italian cultures. Authors invited: Mary Bush, Rachel Guido DeVries, Daniela Gioseffi, Diana Cavallo, Lisa Ruffolo, Laura Marello, Dodici Azpadu, Susan J. Leonardi, Adria Bernardi,...
The Voices We Carry: Recent Italian American Women's Fiction
Bombay Wali & Other Stories
Leper Tango
Trinàcria: A Tale of Bourbon Sicily
Angelina's Lips
The Inventor of the Horse
A Woman of Lemnos
Stone Woman
Sarrasine: A Screenplay
David and the Daydreams
Blessed Harbours: An Anthology of Canadian-Hungarian Writers
La Famille Gaetano