Category: Announcements

Last Call for Winter 2022 Submissions!

Last Call for Winter 2022 Submissions!

The deadline for our Winter 2022 issue is fast approaching! Please submit your creative works in the genres of poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction (memoir) by Monday, November 15, 2021. Submissions must be by writers of Italian heritage on either side but can be on any subject and in any style. For full guidelines, click on …

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Winter 2022 Call for Submissions

Winter 2022 Call for Submissions

The deadline for our Winter 2022 issue is fast approaching! Please submit your creative works in the genres of poetry, short fiction, and creative nonfiction (memoir) by Monday, November 15, 2021. Submissions must be by writers of Italian heritage on either side but can be on any subject and in any style. For full guidelines, click on …

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Winter 2020 Call for Submissions

Winter 2020 Call for Submissions

Italian Americana is seeking scholarly and creative submissions for its Winter 2020 issue. Italian Americana is a double-blind peer-review journal that has previously published the works of scholars such as Donna Gabaccia and Stefano Luconi. Scholarly articles in any discipline related to the topic of the Italian experience in America are welcomed. We also welcome …

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Poetry Editor Maria Terrone Published in the Hudson Review

Poetry Editor Maria Terrone Published in the Hudson Review

We are pleased to announce that the Hudson Review published two poems by the journal’s poetry editor, Maria Terrone, in the magazine’s Summer 2018 issue. Terrone’s work has appeared six times in the Hudson Review over the years. The poems are titled “The White Piano” and “Edgar Allan Poe Dines at Thomas Jefferson’s Home.”

In Memoriam – Bruno A. Arcudi

In Memoriam – Bruno A. Arcudi

With the passing of Italian Americana co-founder, Dr. Bruno A. Arcudi, the Italian-American community has lost a prominent scholar and educator. Born June 9, 1923 in Westport, CT, Arcudi was the son of Italian immigrants Carmelo and Mary (Passa ume) Arcudi. He graduated from Staples High School in 1941 and then from Yale in 1944 …

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