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My Grandmother's Pill
A story of mean drunks and happy ones, and of the women who often outlive...
Falconi's Tractor
Like his three siblings, 32-year-old Alfredo “Freddy Flowers” Falconi has led two lives: the idyllic...
The Transaction
A property harbouring a gruesome secret goes up for sale. Two men--perhaps, the wrong men--are...
À la hauteur de Grand Central Station je me suis assise et j'ai pleuré
By Grand Central Station est l'une des oeuvres les plus dénudées, les plus écorchées vives...
Maude is an artist. Bruno looks after her. Or does he sponge off her? Is...
The World at Noon
The World at Noon tells the story of Nicolo, who sets out to visit his...
Fabrizio's Passion is the author's English-language version of his French-language novel, Avril ou l'anti-passion. This baroque novel, divided into twenty-five chapters, explores the different facets of an Italian family living in North America. It is through the technique of a multi-voiced narrative that the readers are permitted to see what might constitute a possible portrait of the ethnic family in American pluricultural societies. More than the regular linear plot, what is offered here is the retelling of the various private experiences that the Notte family has undergone for almost half a century, and always during the month of April.
Fabrizio's Passion

Antonio D'Alfonso
Fabrizio's Passion
The Voyageur 2: Into the New World
Zoo and Crowbar
Stay With Me, Lella
La Famille Gaetano
The Stalinist's Wife
The Boy from Aleppo Who Painted the War
Exterminated Angel
Stone Woman
A Hard Gold Thread
Picture Theory
Girls Closed In
Hard Edge