Pasquale Verdicchio

The John Fowles Center’s Literary Forum is a regular gathering to celebrate the written word and those who relish in it. This Monday, Italian poet/professor Pasquale Verdiccio will grace Chapman University’s campus to share his exceptional work and contributions to the world of minority writing and culture. His books of poetry, praised for their unique use of language and structure, include Moving Landscape and Approaches to Absence. Among Verdiccio’s notable critical work are books Devils in Paradise: Writing on Post-Emigrant Culture and Bound by Distance: Rethinking Nationalism Through the Italian DiasporaMon., April 27, 7 p.m., 2009

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