When I Am Italian
The four women writers, scholars and friends discuss what it is to be Italian in America, what it means to write about this complex and sometimes confusing identity in the context of this book and their other works.
Joanna Clapps Herman is the author of The Anarchist Bastard: Growing Up Italian in America and No Longer and Not Yet: Stories, both published by SUNY Press. She is also the coeditor (with Carol Bonomo Albright) of Wild Dreams: The Best of Italian Americana and (with Lee Gutkind) Our Roots Are Deep with Passion: Creative Nonfiction Collects New Essays by Italian-American Writers. She lives in New York City.Buy tickets/get more info now