Chinese Apples: Poems by W.S. Di Piero

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

San Francisco-based poet and art critic W.S. Di Piero’s recent book of new and selected poems, Chinese Apples, ranges from character studies of his South Philadelphia youth and meditations on Italian-American culture, to word portraits of California.


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Comments [2]

Matt from Manhattan

Thanks also for the intro to the Leopardi book of aphorisms (can't remember the title now). It was very inspirational.

Aug. 27 2008 01:17 PM
M. Trocchia

Thanks goes to Mr. Di Piero for bringing the Italian poet Leonardo Sinisgalli into the English language. "The Ellipse: Selected Poems of LS" is is a wonder.

Aug. 27 2008 12:25 PM

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