Read the article by Lisa Kaylor on Jag Wire - Augusta University Journal El Misterio de Santa Caterina Cover art: Fernando Cobelo Editing: Giada Biasetti Paperback: 106 pages Publisher: Articoli Liberi (September 2, 2019) Language: Spanish ISBN-13: 978-2491229009 FREE DISTRIBUTION TO SCHOOLS (and wherever we will run into young, hungry minds)
Students from the Department of English and Foreign Languages at Augusta University did it again! El Misterio de Santa Caterina is out today! From the inside flap: "El misterio de Santa Caterina is the outcome of a semester-long collaborative project in Professor Giada Biasetti's Spanish Translation class that came about as a result of Frank Iodice's … Continue reading “El Misterio de Santa Caterina: A Collaborative Project” is out!
Students taking Dr. Giada Biasetti’s Introduction to Spanish/English translation class in the Department of English and Foreign Languages at Augusta University are working on an exciting real-life project in collaboration with Italian author Frank Iodice and the Non-Profit Organization Articoli Liberi. Students are translating chapters of Frank Iodice’s novel A Perfect Idiot from English into … Continue reading New Translation Project at Augusta University English and Foreign Languages Dpt
Thanks to Professor Giada Biasetti and Lucinda J. Clark, founder of PRA Publishing, the students at the Columbia County Alternative School can discover the story of Odette, Meli Montreux and the narrator of "A Perfect Idiot" and discover Italian Author, Frank Iodice. Thank you again for your passion and support! And sorry, sorry, sorry to … Continue reading Our Books Free to Columbia County Alternative School
Articoli Liberi crossed the ocean! We were at the Writers Weekend at the end of January, hosted by the Creative Writing Program and the English and Foreign Languages Department at the Augusta University with our author Frank Iodice who presented his book "A perfect idiot". Thank you very much to Professor Giada Biasetti for her … Continue reading A Perfect Idiot at the Writers Weekend