With 20 titles to her credit, Adriana Trigiani is one of Italian America’s most profound and authentic voices. This week, she joins us to celebrate the launch of her latest book, “The Good Left Undone,” a generational story that will easily secure a place of honor in anyone’s Italian American book collection upon its release on April 26.
Adriana tells us about her process for writing her latest epic — a work that she believes may just be her best yet — and how her characters are representatives of the stories that live in each and every one of us. She also shares how the world of publishing is for Italian American authors, and issues a rallying cry to support Italian American creators that seek to tell our stories through writing, art, theater, and film.
Adriana also shares the power of networking, and how creating an “in tribe” network among Italian Americans will help us band together as a group to help share our heritage the world over.
If you’re a fan of one of Italian America’s most prolific voices, or you just want to learn more about how our community can support the expansion of our creative voices, it’s an episode you won’t want to miss!