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Author: Gil Fagiani

Gil Fagiani (1945-2018) grew up in Stamford, Connecticut. He was a translator, essayist, short-story writer, and poet. His work has been translated into French, Greek, Italian, and Spanish, and his translations have appeared in such anthologies as A New Map: The Poetry of Migrant Writers in Italy, edited by Mia Lecomte and Luigi Bonaffini; Poets of the Italian Diaspora, edited by Luigi Bonaffini and Joseph Perricone; and Italoamericana: The Literature of the Great Migration, 1880-1943, edited by Francesco Durante and Robert Viscusi (American Edition). His books include MISSING MADONNAS, STONE WALLS, and CHIANTI IN CONNECTICUT, all from Bordighera Press.

Chianti in Connecticut
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Chianti in Connecticut

Bordighera Press

Poetry. "Gil Fagiani's muse is Italian American memory. These are poems of origins and belonging, of family, culture, politics. These are recollections, both elegiac and ironic, of a world Gil Fagiani observes from the privileged perspective of an i...

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Missing Madonnas
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Missing Madonnas

Bordighera Press

Poetry. Art. Religion and Spirituality. Italian Studies. MISSING MADONNAS begins with the lunar arrival of its author, Gil Fagiani, who throughout this collection explores mythical Madonnas, nonnas, and urban addiction and redemption for a portrait ...

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Stone Walls

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Stone Walls

Bordighera Press

Poetry. "STONE WALLS administers a dose of Americana with a twist. Gil Fagiani's fifties childhood is recalled with the treats and temptations of post-war prosperity and adolescence rendered in high relief. Beneath the bucolic surface of suburban Co...

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