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Italian Women in Black Dresses
Written to read like a memoir, this collection of poetry details the life of a...
Fugitive Horizons
These poems take the reader on a mind-blowing journey across the known micro- and macrocosms...
A Housecoat Remains
This collection of poems tells a multi-layered story between worlds: old country vs. new, traditional...
True As Moonlight
Anticipation and awareness bud at the start of a new life and bloom with the...
A Queen is Holding a Mummified Cat
Mary Melfi's poem and prose pieces seem to arise from the same isolation, solitude or...
This Way Home: Selected and New Work
This book contains selections from Gianna Patriarca's previously published poetry books, as well as a...
This collection of poetry, inspired by Antonio Barolini's residence in Croton-on-Hudson, New York, was originally published as Elegie di Croton (1959) for which it was awarded the Bagutta Literary Prize in Italy in 1960.

"Roots long and short:/ we are all emigrants/ and the federal banner holds us together/ with stripes of red/ and silver stars."
Croton Elegies

Antonio Barolini, Helen Barolini
Croton Elegies
We Come From The Same Light
Molisan Poems: Selected Poems
Seventeen Trees
Despite My Growling Heart
I Will Be Corrupted
Swinging Between Water and Stone
Borrowed Light
Slow Dancing: Creativity and Illness: Duologue and Rengas
Pellucid Waters: Selected Poems