Poetry at Petersham and a sunny Sunday afternoon proved a perfect combination for SSOA members. After acknowledging our indebtedness to fathers throughout the morning and over lunch, poetry lovers were then able to get together to share their thoughts and feelings through the artifice of words.
Renowned Italian poet Paolo Totaro AM hosted the launch of Ferdinando Manzo's new poetry collection Night Road to Life (Strada di notte - Italian version)
New poetry collection, Night Road to Life, by versatile Italian-Australian writer and poet, Ferdinando Manzo, was published last Saturday night, along with its Italian-language version, Strada di notte per la vita.
Sydney School of Arts & Humanities is delighted to invite you to the launch of Ferdinando Manzo's poetry book Night Road to Life. The collection will be launched by Australian Italian poet Paolo Totaro, and there will be music by Donna Ng.
Writing of the week is a prose poem night road to life by Ferdinando Manzo It’s night. Well, for me it’s always been a little ‘night’. Even at noon. Even in summer, when the sun whips the breakwater rocks that protect the beach from an angry sea. Angry, hitting back against the brutal, careless intrusion of […]
A creative writing book launch for ‘ARCO The legend of the blue vortex’ by Ferdinando Manzo was celebrated over the holiday weekend – and it was a great creative writing event, filled with poets sharing their work, good food and (mostly red) wine. Mestizo Cafe in Crown St Darlinghurst, just off Oxford St, was the […]
Arco: the legend of the blue vortex – first Amazon review First Amazon review for Ferdinando Manzo’s new short story is outstanding – a knockout! Manzo has had his first novel published recently in Italy, and this short story has something of the same flavour of intrigue. ‘Arco: a surreal experience’ ‘Absolutely extraordinary. …
Sydney School of Arts & Humanities’ new books just published: ‘ARCO The legend of the blue vortex’ We’re sure you’ll like it. Written by the recently published Italian novelist now living in Sydney, Ferdinando Manzo, this short story is mixed-genre. Some people are calling it adventure, some say it’s a love story. The thing is …