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A Reading with Daniela Gioseffi, B. Amore, and Lorraine Mangione
Monday, March 8th from 7 - 8 PM EST

Mar 8, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Daniela Gioseffi
Daniela Gioseffi is an American Book Award winning author of 17 books of poetry and prose. She’s published in The Nation, The Paris Review, Prairie Schooner, Poetry International, Rain Taxi Review, Chelsea Literary Review and anthologies from Harper Collins, Viking, Penguin Books, Oxford U. Press. Her first book of 7 collections of poetry was EGGS IN THE LAKE (BOA Editions, 1979.) Her last was WAGING BEAUTY, 2017. She’s won NYSCA/ NEA Grant Awards and a John Ciardi Award for Lifetime Achievement in Poetry. Her verse was etched in marble on a Wall of PENN Station NY, 2002, with that of Walt Whitman's. She’s presented poems on WNYC, NPR and BBC, on campuses throughout the USA and Europe and at International Bookfairs from Barcelona to Miami. She edits www.Eco-Poetry.org receiving six thousand global visitors monthly. More information can be found at www.danielagioseffi.com
B. Amore
B. Amore is an artist and writer. Her books include Journeys on the Wheel published by Bordighera Press, An Italian American Odyssey: Through Ellis Island and Beyond, Art by Mexican Farmworkers in Vermont, Carving Out a Dream. Art and poetry reviews appear in Sculpture magazine, Art New England, and various journals. Her creative writing is found in Brownstone Poets Anthology, Italian Americana, Bridging the Waters, VIA, Biancheria, Speaking Memory: Oral Culture and Italians in America, Daughters and Dads and the Path through Grief, The Italian Americans: A History (PBS), and Delirious Naples: A Cultural History of the City of the Sun.
Lorraine Mangione
Lorraine Mangione teaches in the Department of Clinical Psychology at Antioch University New England. Much of her writing, research, and practice centers around women, including a recent chapter on women fans of Bruce Springsteen and a journal article on women, aging, and group therapy. Donna DiCello and Lorraine Mangione co-authored Daughters, Dads, and the Path through Grief: Tales from Italian America.