Italian American Open Reading Series

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Italian American Open Reading Series – Marisa Labozzetta

Italian American Writers Association Literary Reading (www.iawa.net).  Since 1991, IAWA has given voice to writers through its Open Reading series every second Saturday of the month.  Readings now held at two venues:  Cornelia Street Café on odd months (July, Sept, Nov) and Sidewalk Café on even months (Aug, Oct, Dec.)

Award-winning author Marisa Labozzetta’s latest novel is Sometimes It Snows in America. Her short story, Forecast for a Sunny Day, won the Watchung Arts Center Award for Short Fiction in 2010. She also won first prize in the Rio Grande Writers’ fiction contest and was a finalist in Playboy’s Victoria Chen Haider Memorial Literary Award for Fiction.

Poet and performance artist Annie Rachele Lanzillotto is the author of poetry book Schistsong and memoir L is for Lion, An Italian Bronx Butch Freedom Memoir (SUNY Press) about a Bronx tomboy in the 1960s. She is the songwriter and vocalist of the albums Blue Pill (Annie Lanzillotto Band/StreetCry Productions), Eleven Recitations (StreetCry), and Carry My Coffee, (StreetCry). Her poem Triple Bypass won the Italian American Writers Association Paolucci Award in Poetry.

Event Venue : Cornelia Street Café

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Italian American Open Reading Series
Event Category: Book Signings
When: July 13, 2013
Time: 5:45pm - 7:45pm
Where: Cornelia Street Café
Cost: $$8
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