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EN17 Author Visit - MUSIC ADDED! Olivia Kate Cerrone: Sicilian History Comes To Life!

  • 07 Sep 2017
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Common Good Books, 38 Snelling Avenue South, St. Paul, MN 55105
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  • Free

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NEW!  Music Added!  Come to hear vocalists ICC President, Vittorio Raimondi and  Nancy Guertin, accompanied by the amazing guitarist, Pavel Jany! (link to sample Pavel's music: )  

Now is your opportunity to meet Olivia Kate Cerrone, Sicilian American and author of the historical fiction novella, "The Hunger Saint". Olivia will travel from Boston and will visit the Twin Cities on Thursday, September 7th, for a book discussion/reading event. She has received numerous literary honors, and her historical fiction novella, about the child sulfur miners of Sicily, has been highly praised.

Join us in an exciting new venue, Common Good Books, located at 38 Snelling Avenue South, St. Paul, and learn more about Sicilian history!  Olivia will discuss her career path, her discovery of the "carusi", her research in learning more about them, and she will read some powerful passages from her book.  This is an evening you won't want to miss!

This is a FREE event!  Please register here today, welcome Olivia to the Twin Cities, and take part in what promises to be a fascinating evening!

Date: Thursday, September 7
Time: 6- 8 p.m.
Place: Common Good Books
38 Snelling Avenue South
St. Paul, MN  55105

Please contact Peggy at with your questions.  

Light refreshments will be served.


Olivia Kate Cerrone's Bio:

Olivia Kate Cerrone’s The Hunger Saint (Bordighera Press, 2017) was praised by Kirkus Reviews as “a well-crafted and affecting literary tale.” Her Pushcart Prize-nominated fiction won the Jack Dyer Prize from the Crab Orchard Review. Cerrone’s writing has also appeared or is forthcoming in Salamander, The Huffington Post, The Brooklyn Rail, New South and other journals. She's received various literary honors, including residencies at Ragdale, the VCCA, and the Hambidge Center, where she was awarded a "Distinguished Fellowship" from the National Endowment for the Arts. She is currently at work on a novel called DISPLACED.

Reviews of "The Hunger Saint"

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