Fiction. "A splendid, rowdy romp in the netherworld of revolutionaries—the Rebel Girl, Big Bill Haywood, multitudes of rebels and victims—all seen through the eyes of recently murdered anarchist Carlo Tresca finding his way through the very rambunctious world of the dead. What a panoramic 'human comedy,' a wild ride through the 20th century, through strikes, massacres, demonstrations, uprisings, wars. F. S. Rosa has brought us a tour de force of fantasy and freedom."—Hilton Obenzinger
Author City: SAN FRANCISCO, CA USA
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F.S. Rosa spent six weeks on the West Bank and in East Jerusalem in the fall of 2003, most of it with the International Solidarity Movement (ISM). She is the author of POST WAR AND OTHER STORIES (2006), the novel, THE DIVINE COMEDY OF CARLO TRESCA (2011), and most recently the work of literary nonfiction, LUNCH AT THE MUQATA'A (2014), all published by Ithuriel's Spear and available at SPD. She lives and works in San Francisco, and is a rank and file member of SEIU Local 1021, and a member delegate to the San Francisco Labor Council.