- MARCH 2017 -
- Native Americans
- New York - New York
- On the road
- America America
- The beautiful West
- Italian American World
- Italian Monuments
in New York
- Let’s Eat Italian
- Apulian Americans
by Maria Lisella Interview with the poet and untiring cultural promoter based at the Passaic County Community College, in New Jersey March 2017
by Giulia Poli Disanto In his collection of poetry, Sunny Days & Sleepless Nights, Tiziano Thomas Dossena delves into the emotions and mystery of life. Between light and shade March 2017
by Maria Lisella An interview with the author, of Italian, German and British origin, whose novels have repeatedly topped The New York Times best-selling list.
The Italian background has an essential role in his work, often ignored by the American mainstream media January 2017
by Sergio D’Amaro A recently-published volume, A Clarion Call, collects his most intense verses, written after the stroke which the Apulian-American poet suffered in 2014, shortly after his 90th birthday.
Verses from which emerge a sense of regeneration and vital impulse. In the wake of Svevo, Montale and Moravia, in whom suffering led to a more powerful vision of life May 2016
by Sergio D’Amaro The Italo-American writer celebrated her birthday at the end of 2015.
Her work has given an essential contribution to female emancipation and that of non-privileged ethnic minorities in America.
Umbertina and The Dream Book her crucial works January 2016
by Sergio D’Amaro In Ad Maiorem Baculi Gloriam, the collection of Latin lyrics chosen and translated by Emilio Bandiera, dynamic new poems from the American-Apulian poet now in his nineties.
An undaunted challenge to the darts of time and the relentless march of the seasons May 2015
by Sergio D’Amaro L’arte della traduzione poetica, the recently published anthology with two essays, edited by Cosma Siani, explores the beauty and the pleasure of letting English speakers enjoy Italian literature.
From Dante to Montale, from Machiavelli to Alfieri; these are just a few of the “greats” translated by the Apulian American poet February 2015
by Sergio D’Amaro A special supplement of the magazine Frontiere celebrates the “eighteen splendors” of the Italian American poet, writer and translator.
“The same yardstick for the tops of the skyscrapers and for the old cottages in his Gargano town” January 2014
by Maria Lisella Interview with Janine L. Kimmel, author of the work together with the Italian illustrator, David Ceccarelli.
The story of a courageous rabbit thief, a vulnerable tortoise, of people “with” and “without” umbrellas that tells of life and the importance of forgiveness and tolerance November 2013
by Maria Lisella A writer, poet, and journalist she considers herself first Italian and then American.
To bring poetry to people is her mission: for 36 years she has successfully hosted the radio program The Poet and the Poem March 2013
by Raffaele Nigro The writer, who originally hails from Lucania, but has lived in Puglia for a very long time, tells how Ernest Hemingway became a character in his latest novel, Fernanda e gli elefanti bianchi di Hemingway April 2011
A day at Bonanza Creek Ranch in Cerillos (New Mexico).
Through the careful lens of Madeleine Gehrig, the crucial details of the cowboys' work during the process of branding, castrating and tagging the herds July 2013
The photo reportage by Lauren Berley reawakens the collective imagination about the trades that used to be typical of the American West.
“In a politically and religiously conflicted modern world – affirms the photographer – we are overrun with web and HD images of conflict, confusion and fear. Seldom are we given the chance to truly experience the tactile aspects of technology-proof tradition. Making a custom rope to sort a calf on the range, tie him down, and lance an abscess on a calf’s eye... These are the traditions that are passed across multiple generations. And there is an overwhelming sense of pride and love, even in the most modest of ranch households” April 2012
by Olimpia Ruffo The chef from Brescia, after almost thirty years of her career in America, tells us how the eating habits of Americans who choose an Italian restaurant have changed.
These days, local products reign: original, imported mozzarella, special flours, lentils from Castelluccio, pasta from Gragnano.
And the portions are smaller July 2016
by Stefania Dodge An International tourist destination for views like the one over the Grand Canyon, Sedona also gives the opportunity to learn more about the culture and spirituality of the Native Americans.
Uqualla, chief of the Havasupai and spiritual leader, will be in Italy in June April 2016
by Dino Levante Congedo Editore has just published, for the first time in Italian, the essay Gli indiani Pellerossa Abnaki e la loro storia (The Abnakis and their history), a precious document on Native American culture, published in New York in 1866 by the Jesuit Eugenio Vetromile, a native of Gallipoli October 2015
by Lorena Carbonara Just off the printing press comes Per i sentieri dell’arte nativa americana, a volume care of Emanuele Arciuli, pianist of international renown and refined expert in Native American art.
The focus is on an almost unexplored panorama “midway between tribal belonging and americanness” January 2015
by Emanuele Arciuli Concluding his series of “Portraits of the artist” the pianist and expert on the culture and art of the Native Americans, Emanuele Arciuli, identifies the various genres of their work and gives suggestions about what to buy.
At auction, for prices between € 1,000 and € 5,000, you can snap up some important works December 2013
by Emanuele Arciuli He is one of the few artists in Alaska who have achieved international prestige.
Photos, videos, sculptures and installations to portray the American Indian identity. Through irony and unexpected encounters between differing cultures October 2013