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Author Anna Lucarello Foultz speaks about Two Steps Forward, A Memoir, which is about her life as a first-generation Italian American. She has been the recipient of several awards, including the Americana Award from the Ocean City Lodge #2474, presented to her at their Columbus Gala. At 91 years old, she is the oldest active and most decorated Girl Scout. She was also a World War II pin-up girl. Book signing.
Contact: (410) 641-7667 |

Will also travel to:  Anywhere in the U.S.


Author and Professor Albert F. Marra speaks on dual Italian-U.S. citizenship, Italian and Italian-American history and culture, the treatment of Italian immigrants in the United States, and the differences between northern and southern Italians. With a master’s degree in romance languages and a doctorate in bilingual education, he worked as an Official U.S. Government (U.S. Coast Guard) interpreter/translator (English-Spanish/Italian). He received the Special Achievement Medal related to the sinking of the Costa Concordia in Italy in 2012. Recently, he published Southampton Summers: Stories of Three Italian Families, Their Beach Houses, and the Five Generations that Enjoyed Them. Book signing.
Contact:  (703) 328-9233 |

Will also travel to:  Mid-Atlantic from New York to Virginia



Author Dick Rosano speaks on wine, food, travel, and Italian culture. He has written long-running columns in the Washington Post, Wine News, and Wine Enthusiast. He is the author of six novels, including his recent one—A Death in Tuscany—reviewed on the previous page of this issue. Book signing. 
Contact:  (240) 888-8877 | |         

Will also travel to:  Anywhere in the U.S.


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