Souls in Plain Clothes

By (author): Corrado Paina

Editor Rishma Dunlop is the author of three acclaimed books of poetry: Metropolis (2005), Reading like a Girl (2004), and The Body of My Garden (2002). She is co-editor of Red Silk: An Anthology of South Asian Canadian Women Poets (2004). Her radio drama, ‘The Raj Kumari’s Lullaby,’ was commissioned and produced by CBC Radio. Her awards include the Emily Dickinson Prize for Poetry in 2003 and she was a finalist for the CBC Canada Council Literary Awards in 1998. Her essays, poetry, reviews, and keynote lectures have been published internationally in literary and scholarly journals. Rishma Dunlop is the Coordinator of the Creative Writing Program in English at York University, Toronto.

AUTHOR

Corrado Paina

Born in Milan, Italy, Corrado Paina has been living in Toronto 1987, where he serves as editorial director of the quarterly magazine ItalyCanada Trade. He is also the Deputy Director and Editor of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Toronto News. Paina’s work has been published in several literary magazines in Italy, Canada, Ireland and the US. He has published Hoarse Legend, The Dowry of Education and The Alphabet of the Traveler with Mansfield Press, and short story collections and a book of poetry in Italy. He also edited with Denis De Klerck a book entitled College Street – Little Italy – Toronto’s Renaissance Strip, published by Mansfield Press.

Reviews

In a world grown weary of noisy narcissism and the cacophony of the crowd, Corrado Paina’s poetry is an exquisite and welcome reminder of the lost art of reflection.Ó (Christopher Hume)

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Editor Rishma Dunlop is the author of three acclaimed books of poetry: Metropolis (2005), Reading like a Girl (2004), and The Body of My Garden (2002). She is co-editor of Red Silk: An Anthology of South Asian Canadian Women Poets (2004). Her radio drama, ‘The Raj Kumari’s Lullaby,’ was commissioned and produced by CBC Radio. Her awards include the Emily Dickinson Prize for Poetry in 2003 and she was a finalist for the CBC Canada Council Literary Awards in 1998. Her essays, poetry, reviews, and keynote lectures have been published internationally in literary and scholarly journals. Rishma Dunlop is the Coordinator of the Creative Writing Program in English at York University, Toronto.

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Dimensions:

72 Pages
8.885in * 5.85in * 1in
1lb

Published:

November 01, 2008

Country of Publication:

CA

Publisher:

Mansfield Press

ISBN:

9781894469371

Book Subjects:

POETRY / Canadian

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Language:

eng

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