Chris Castellani, All This Talk of Love

“The many faces of home, all of them dear, all of them hard-won, all of them so complicated and confusing and beloved, lie at the heart of this tenderest of novels. If there is a better book about what it means to be in a family, I haven’t read it.”
Stacey d’Erasmo, author of The Sky Below

“I loved this book for both its wit and its compassion. Chris Castellani has a steady, sustained belief in the goodness of the human spirit. to be able to convey both comedy and tragedy in a single novel is a remarkable gift.”
Anita Shreve, author of Rescue

Christopher Castellani
has published two previous novels with Algonquin—A Kiss from Maddalena, which won the Massachusetts Books Award for Fiction; and The Saint of Lost Things. He lives in Arlington, Massachusetts, where he is the artistic director of Grub Street, the Boston-based non-profit creative writing center. In addition to his work with Grub Street, Christopher is on the faculty of the Warren Wilson College Low-Residency MFA program.

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Tuesday, February 5, 2013 - 7:00pm

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Porter Square Shopping Center
25 White Street
02140 Cambridge
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$13.95
ISBN: 9781616201708
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Published: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill - February 5th, 2013