Selected Works

Nonfiction
A look at life in little-known mountain towns of the Sicilian hinterlands.
A true account of the last years of an ancient Sicilian giant bluefin tuna trap.
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My dear friend Dottoressa Palmina LaRosa, founder and director of GIGA International House Catania School of Languages has just started a new program to teach Italian to foreign visitors. You can take three hours of classes a day for two weeks, enjoy a pizza on the terrace with a view of Mount Etna, Europe's largest volcano, sip an aperitivo seaside and enjoy the vibrant night life of baroque downtown Catania, which is on UNESCO's World Heritage list. GIGA can also arrange for Sicilian cooking classes and scuba diving lessons, and offers private and shared accommodations. I have known Palmina for twenty years and everything she does is to perfection. She runs this school with love and care. I hope you take a look at her colorful brochure, which I have attached. Or visit GIGA's site:
www.gigact.com/learnitalian


Buon divertimento!
Theresa Maggio


Hello, Readers,
I am in Palermo for three months and have been updating my blog with snippets from daily life here, in words, photos and videos. Enjoy.

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