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Thirteen Ways of Crossing the Piazza: Collected Poems
Roman poems set in the Piazza Navona that stage a fundamental encounter with both Rome...
River
River is the story of a fourteen-year-old girl who travels back in time, and across...
A Day in June
When thirty-two-year-old Eric Boulanger returns to his Vermont hometown to care for his mother, he...
The Lighthouse
Elizabeth Macaluso's first volume of poetry, The Lighthouse, engages with the Italian American experience; it...
The Dog Who Ate the Vegetable Garden & Helped Save the Planet
Dori's narrative is a heart-touching and zany blend of actual events in the life of...
Stones into Bread
This is a book about a small Southern Italian village and its offshoots in Toronto....
The story of The Anarchist Banker takes place in a Lisbon café where the narrator meets an old friend, now a wealthy banker. He questions his friend about his anarchist origins and discovers to his amazement that the banker still considers himself to be an anarchist. The story revolves around the banker's vigorous defense of his position and his assertion that he is the only genuine anarchist among the banker's so-called anarchist friends.

"What I want to say is that there is no divergence between my theories and the conduct of my life, rather there is an absolute conformity. That my life is not that of syndicalists or bomb throwers--this is true. But it is their lives that are outside of anarchism, outside... "
The Anarchist Banker: A new Interpretation and a new English Translation with the original Portuguese Edition
Praise Music
Help Me, Rhonda & Other Stories
Ten Letters to Montaigne
All I Have Is Words
Tenacity: How Two Mums Fought a War Against Drugs
Learning to Miss
Shadowshine
Hard Candy / Pitch Roll Yaw
Most Precious Blood
Caminos
Leaves on Frozen Ground
A Life Out of Whack: Confessions and Reflections of an Un-American All-American