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Bibliography for Rosanna Micelotta Battigelli


La Brigantessa. Toronto: Inanna Publications & Education, Inc., 2018. (Awarded Gold for Historical Fiction in the 2019 International Independent Publisher Book Awards (IPPY AWARDS) and a Finalist for the 2019 Canadian Authors Association Fred Kerner Book Award and the 2019 Northern Lit Award.)

Pigeon Soup & Other Stories. Toronto: Inanna Publications & Education, Inc., 2021. (A Finalist in the Fiction: Short Story category of the 2021 American BookFest Best Book Awards and in the 2022 International Book Awards.)

Children’s Book: Easter Morning, Easter Sun (Board Book). Toronto: Pajama Press, 2022.

Romance Novel: Falling for the Sardinian Baron. London: Harlequin (Harper Collins), 2021.

Children’s Book: Easter Morning, Easter Sun (Hardcover). Toronto: Pajama Press, 2021.

Romance Novel: Rescued by the Guarded Tycoon. London: Harlequin (Harper Collins), 2021

Children’s Book: Pumpkin Orange, Pumpkin Round (Board Book): Toronto: Pajama Press, 2020.

Romance Novel: Caribbean Escape with the Tycoon. London: Harlequin (Harper Collins), 2020.

Children’s Book: Pumpkin Orange, Pumpkin Round (Hardcover): Toronto: Pajama Press, 2019. (A Bank Street Best Book in 2020.)

Romance Novel: Captivated by Her Italian Boss. London: Harlequin (Harper Collins), 2018.

Romance Novel: Swept Away by the Enigmatic Tycoon. London: Harlequin (Harper Collins), 2018.

Children’s Book: The Enchanted Christmas.  New Liskeard: White Mountain Publications, 1996.


 “The Sense of It All . . . ,” in This Will Only Take A Minute: 100 Canadian Flashes. Guernica Editions, 2022. Eds. Bruce Meyer & Michael Mirolla.

"Literary Reflections of Where We Came From, Where We Settled, Where We Are," in A Journey through Knowledge: A Festschrift in Memory of Paul A. Colilli (1952-2018), published by Franco Cesati Editore, Firenze, Italia, and edited by Simone Casini, Christine Sansalone, Salvatore Bancheri, and Michael Lettieri. 2020.

"Advice from a Brigantessa,"  an excerpt from La Brigantessa published in Vol. 34, Italian Canadiana: New Perspectives in Italian Canadian Writing, The Frank Iacobucci Centre For Italian Canadian Studies, Toronto, ON, and edited by Delia De Santis. 2020.

“Illumination,” creative non-fiction in Vol. 32, published in Italian Canadiana: Italians in Canada: 150+ Years, Toronto, ON, and edited by Diana Iuele-Colilli and Christine Sansalone. 2018.

“The Leader” and “Product of Italy/Made in Canada,” short fiction and creative non-fiction in the AICW (Association of Italian-Canadian Writers) Anniversary Anthology: People, Places, Passages: An Anthology of Canadian Writing, published by Longbridge Books, Montreal, QC, and edited by Giulia De Gasperi, Delia De Santis, and Caroline Morgan Di Giovanni. 2018.

“The Newcomers,” a short story in Latitude 46 Publishing’s 150 Years Up North And More, Sudbury, ON, edited by Karen McCauley and Laura Stradiotto. 2018.

“The Hawk,” a contemporary folk tale in VIA (Voices in Italian Americana), published by Bordighera Press, New York, and edited by Chiara Mazzucchelli. 2017.

“Learning My Lesson,” creative non-fiction in Chicken Soup For the Soul: Inspiration For Teachers, edited by Amy Newmark and Alex Kajitani. 2017.

“Alligator Shoes,” a 3rd place winning short story in The Canadian Authors–Vancouver Branch 2016 National Voices Anthology, Island Blue Print Company, Ltd., Victoria, BC. 2016.

“Vincenzino,” a chapter from La Brigantessa, published in Sudbury, Ink. A Sudbury Writers’ Guild Anthology, Sudbury, ON. 2016.

“This Too Shall Pass,” a short story in A SECOND COMING. Canadian Migration Fiction, published by Guernica Editions, Toronto, ON, edited by Donald F. Mulcahy. 2016.

“Black as Tar,” a short story in Along the 46th, a fiction anthology published by Latitude 46 Publishing, Sudbury, ON, edited by Mitchell Gauvin. 2015.

“You Are What You . . . Wear,” a short story in Gathered Streams, a Canadian Authors Association Toronto Branch Anthology, published by Hidden Brook Press, Brighton, ON, edited by Sharon Crawford, Jake Hogeterp and Nathan Medcalf. 2010.

“Angel of God,” a short story in Canadian Woman Studies’ special issue, Women Writing 3: Journeys, published by Inanna Publications and Education Inc., Toronto, ON, and edited by Frances Beer, Brenda Cranney, Andrea Medovarski and Luciana Ricciutelli. 2007.

“It All Started With My Mother Tongue: The Impact of Language on My Career as Teacher and Writer,” an essay in After The Years of Immigration: The Lives of Italian-Canadians, published by Editions Soleil Publishing Inc., Welland, ON, and edited by Diana Iuele-Colilli. 2007.

“Time to Say Goodbye . . .” a short story in Stumbling Through Darkness,  published by Wingate Press, Stratford, ON, and edited by Stacey Newman. 2006.

“Food for Thought” and “In Living Colour,” two short stories in Mamma Mia! Good Italian Girls Talk Back, published by ECW Press, Toronto, ON, and edited by Joy Gugeler. 2004.

 “Cycles” and “Daddy’s Girl,” two short stories in WORDSCAPE 8, published by the Canadian Authors Association, Toronto Branch, Toronto, ON, and edited by Sharon Crawford and Maryan Gibson. 2003.

“Exploring My Italian Heritage Through Writing,” an essay in The Harvest of a New Life: Documenting, Thinking and Representing the Italian- Canadian Experience. published by Editions Soleil Publishing Inc., Welland, ON, and edited by Diana Iuele-Colilli. 2002.

A two-paragraph excerpt from my manuscript CROSSROADS published in Italian Faces: Images of the Italian Community of Sudbury/Volti italiani: Immagini della comunità italiana di Sudbury, by Diana Iuele-Colilli. Published by Editions Soleil Publishing Inc., Welland, ON. 2000.

“Francesca’s Ways,” a short story in The Anthology of Italian-Canadian Writing, published by Guernica Editions, Toronto, ON, and edited by Joseph Pivato. 1998.

“Francesca’s Ways,” a short story in WORDSCAPE 3, published by MTB Press, Toronto, ON, and edited by Jackie Manthorne. 1997.

Updated March 01 2023 by Student & Academic Services

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