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The Life Crimes And Hard Times Of Ricky Atkinson, Leader Of The Dirty Tricks Gang: A True Story

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A sober memoir that provides a solid understanding of how crime is situated in structural, cultural, historical, and situational contexts. This is the life story of Ricky Atkinson, leader of the Dirty Tricks Gang, who grew up fast and hard in one of…
City Poems
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|April 16, 2018

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From the Preface by A.F. Moritz: Joe Fiorito’s powerful City Poems is new with the freshness of sudden light on what was always beside us, but we became dulled to it, or turned away: it was too constantly troubling, too difficult. Searing in subject matter,…
All I Have Learned Is Where I Have Been
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Comfort Me With Apples: Considering The Pleasures Of The Table

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A literary syncopation on the theme of food, Comfort Me With Apples earned Joe Fiorito rave reviews and enthusiastic fans when it was first published in 1994. One writer declared it was “a small miracle of prose.” A rich buffet of diverse short…
Union Station: Love, Madness, Sex and Survival on the Streets of the New Toronto

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The critically acclaimed author of The Closer We Are to Dying now turns his penetrating gaze to the big city he calls home. Toronto is the city that Canadians love to hate. But they don’t know this city, says Joe Fiorito. Even Torontonians don’t…
The Song Beneath The Ice
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|November 11, 2003

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A year after concert pianist Dominic Amoruso’s mysterious disappearance during a private recital in Toronto, his friend, the journalist Joe Serafina, receives a package of Dom’s tapes and notebooks from a place called Wolf Cove on Baffin Island. By…
Tango on the Main
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|June 1, 1996

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Jackie of the Ritz, Montreal's chambermaid to the stars...the itinerant who reads Tennyson and drinks his daily pint of vodka on the McGill campus...the former featherweight champ who spends his mornings at the gym and his afternoons taking care of his ailing…
A Memoir in Pieces
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|August 4, 2017

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For nearly four decades, journalist Ernest Hillen travelled from coast to coast in his adopted country of Canada and throughout the wider world, crafting stories that were sometimes amusing, occasionally bleak, often poignant--and always memorable. A Memoir in…
Rust Is A Form of Fire
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|March 1, 2015

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Joe Fiorito spent 18 hours in total, over the course of three days, on the corner of Victoria and Queen in downtown Toronto watching the city go by and recording what he saw. The rhythms of the city ebb and flow according to the time of day. The declarative…
All I Have Learned is Where I Have Been
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Tango on the Main
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|April 5, 2012

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In this award-winning collection from his Montreal Gazette city columns, Joe Fiorito reveals the true heart and soul of a large city. He walks the streets, meeting and talking to the people who make the city tick, but never make the front-page news. In Tango on…