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Blood Autumn/Autumno Di Sangue
Contributor(s): Gioseffi, Daniela (Author), Biagini, Elisa (Translator), Bonaffini, Luigi (Translator)

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ISBN: 1884419739     ISBN-13: 9781884419737
Publisher: Bordighera Press
OUR PRICE: $12.75  

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Published: February 2006
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Annotation: Poetry. Translated to the Italian by Elisa Biagini, Luigi Bonaffini, Ned Condini, Luigi Fontanella, and Irene Marchegiani. Daneila Gioseffi's BLOOD AUTUMN/AUTUNNO DI SANGUE features selected poems and new work by the poet in both the original English and Italian translation. "Visionary and powerful. Tremendous vitality. A gifted and graceful writer"-Galway Kinnell. "A pleasure to read...Gioseffi's work is brilliant, compassionate, and timely"-D. Nurkse. SPD also carries WORD WOUNDS & WATER FLOWERS and GOING ON, as well as the Gioseffi-edited anthology WOMEN ON WAR: INTERNATIONAL WRITINGS.

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BISAC Categories:
- Language Arts & Disciplines | Writing - General
- Poetry | American - General
Dewey: 811.54
LCCN: 2005057118
Series: VIA Folios
Physical Information: 0.3" H x 5.5" W x 8.5" (0.38 lbs) 123 pages
 
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Contributor Bio(s): Gioseffi, Daniela: - Daniela Gioseffi has presented her poetry throughout North America and Europe at universities, cultural centers, and international book fairs, in Madrid, London, New York, California, Barcelona, and Venice. She's performed her works for National Public Radio, Pacifica Radio, the BBC in Oxford and London and for numerous other media venues. Her book, Women on War: International Writings (Feminist Press, 2003) won an American Book Award, and was published in Vienna and London. Her novel, The Great America Belly (Doubleday & Dell, NY; New English Library, London) was optioned for a screenplay by Warner Bros. Her fiction, Daffodil Dollars won a PEN, 1990 short fiction award and was aired on many NPR affiliates. In 1993, Anchor/ Doubleday published her world compendium, On Prejudice: A Global Perspective with a fifty-page introduction by Gioseffi that won a Ploughshares Fund, World Peace Award and was presented at the United Nations. Poems contained in her debut collection, Eggs in the Lake (BOA Editions, 1979), won award grants from The New York State Council for the Arts. She published three more volumes of poetry, Word Wounds & Water Flowers, 1995, and Going On, 2000 (Bordighera: VIA Folios); and Symbiosis, 2002 (Rattapallax: NY). Her verse was etched in marble on a wall of PENN Station's 7th Avenue Concourse, New York, with Ginsberg's and Whitman's. In 2003, AIAE presented her with a Lifetime Achievement Award.
 
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