IAWA New York Literary Series January 2023

Three Rules of IAWA:

Read each other, Write or be written, Buy our books

 IAWA New York

Resumes 2nd Saturdays

Jan. 14, 2023 @ 2:30 PM

@ Jefferson Market Library

425 6th Ave, near 9th St.

With Award-winning Authors:

David Messineo & Camilla Trinchieri

& Open Mic

Saturday, JANUARY 14 @ 2:30-4:30 pm

New Jersey poet David Messineo kicks off our 2023 season by launching his Golden Anniversary Tour this afternoon, celebrating 50 consecutive years of poetry writing with the debut of his new collection, Golden (Freedom-of-the-Press, 2023 – available for $25 cash at this reading).  The author of 12 books, he is also among the 20 longest-serving poetry editors and literary magazine publishers still active in America, and received a 2009 New Jersey State Jefferson Award for Public Service for his work as Publisher/Poetry Editor of Sensations Magazine.  Other recent titles: Twenty Minutes of Calm (The Poet’s Press, 2019) and Flashes, a novella (DAYDREAM Press, 2021)  amazon.com


Of Camilla Trinchieri’s third mystery in her Tuscan series, Murder on the Vine (Soho Press), wrote Publisher’s Weekly “Trinchieri makes crime solving adventuresome, fun, and flavorful. This is the best in the series so far. Bring in number four.” Other titles in the series are Murder in Chianti, and The Bitter Taste of Murder. Trinchieri has published 14 novels, including eight under the pseudonym Camilla Crespi. All are mysteries except Seeking Alice, which won the Italian American Studies Association Prize in 2017.

When living in Rome, she worked dubbed Italian films with Federico Fellini, Luchino Visconti and Lina Wertmuller.

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