Paola Corso
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OTHER WORKS Anthologies Embroidered Stories: Interpreting Women's Domestic Needlework from the Italian Diaspora edited by Edvige Giunta and Joseph Sciorra (University Press of Mississippi, Summer 2014) Written on Water: Writings About the Allegheny River edited by Helen Ruggieri and Linda Underhill New Hungers for Old: One-Hundred Years of Italian-American Poetry edited by Dennis Barone Teaching Italian American Literature, Film, and Popular Culture edited by Edvige Giunta and Kathleen Zamboni McCormick Sweet Lemons 2: International Writings with a Sicilian Accent edited by Venera Fazio and Delia De Santis Tell: An Anthology of Expository Narrative edited by Molly Gaudry Wild Dreams: The Best of Italian Americana edited by Carol Bonomo Albright and Joanna Clapps Herman Fire and Ink: An Anthology of Social Action Writing edited by Frances Payne Adler, Debra Busman, and Diana Garcia Lavanderia: A Mixed Load of Women, Wash, and Word edited by Donna J. Watson, Michelle Sierra & Lucia Gbaya Kanga Foods of Affection edited by Carol Bonomo Albright and Christine Palamidessi Moore Days I Moved Through Ordinary Sounds: The Teachers of Writerscorps in Poetry and Prose edited by Chad Sweeney and Parthenon West The Best Travel Writing of 2006 edited by James O'Reilly, Larry Habegger, and Sean O'Reilly Chance of a Ghost edited by Gloria Vando and Philip Miller Sudden Stories edited by Dinty W. Moore O Taste and See: Food Poems edited by David Lee Garrison and Terry Hermsen 30 Days in Italy edited by James O'Reilly, Larry Habegger, and Sean O'Reilly Not Black and White: Inside Words from the Bronx WritersCorps edited by Mary Hebert Columns "Coke, Clairton, and Cancer: A Three Decade Push for Reforms" by Paola Corso (Western Pennsylvania History, Winter 2007/2008) "From Pittsburgh to New York (But Never Really Leaving)" by Paola Corso (Western Pennsylvania History, Spring 2004) "Metered meditation: A writer takes poetic license with her prayer life" by Paola Corso (U.S. Catholic Magazine, April 2005) Featured Poet: Paola Corso (Italian Americana, Winter 2004) For Writers Put Objects to Work in Your Fictionby Paola Corso Something as simple as a quilt or an accordian can mean much more than just itself, opening a window onto theme, character, setting, tone and more (The Writer, September 2012) "What really happened" by Paola Corso Despite her fictional license, a writer wrestles with the truth of how her great- grandparents were really killed. (The Writer, April 2011) From Without and From Within by Paola Corso Glimmer Train Bulletin No. 45, October 2010 "Is a University Press Right for You?" by Paola Corso An author compares its approach to that of the big commercial houses and finds some advantages worth considering. (The Writer, November 2009) "Falling into Place" by Paola Corso Arrange your poetry with a purpose to shape your collection into a cohesive, lyrical manuscript. (Writer's Digest, April 2006) "Piece by Piece" by Paola Corso Followthese steps to assemble a short-story collection that readers won't be able to put down. (Writer's Digest, June 2006) "The art of integrating theme and story" by Paola Corso Let ideas and attitudes emerge naturally from your fictional elements. (The Writer, August 2006) "On Writing Against Ethnic Stereotypes" by Paola Corso (TheWriter, November 2008) "Bridging the gap between magic and realism: How a writer made her leaps seem natural" by Paola Corso (The Writer, December 2006) For more info and handouts from her Publishing Success and Gotta Have Story workshops, contact the author by email.
Read Paola’s Ellis Island essay in The New York Times
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