Founded in 2001 Italian and Italian American Authors and Books
The Italian American Press helps promote books primarily written by authors of Italian heritage who write about Italian American and Italian culture, heritage, and/or history. Many of these writers publish, distribute, and promote their own books, and they are often overlooked by the media. Reading stories of Italian American culture and history will educate, inform, and entertain people of all nationalities.
Eva is an Italian Strega - a medicine woman - living in a hilltop village in Abruzzi.Her husband is a man with a dream of America …a dream Eva does not share.In The Strega and the Dreamer, Eva must choose between staying in her beloved village or going to a new country to be with the man she loves.
What do Alessandro Volta, the Piccirilli Brothers, Rita Levi-Montalcini, and Charles Atlas have in common?All are Italian and have influenced America.Read about them and many others in Italian-American Fusion: Italy’s Influence on the Evolution of America.
The Italian Achievement by Arturo BaroneOdyssey of an Etruscan Noblewoman by Rosalind BurgundyFallen Heroes, Forgotten Victims by Ernesto CarbonelliThe Winds of Time by Rich DiSilvio