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Love That Moves the Sun

Date:

April 14th, 2019.

Time:

2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Category:

Community

Location:

Italian Cultural Center of Western MA

Contact:

ICC (413) 784-1492

Website:

www.iccwm.org

THE ITALIAN CULTURAL CENTER OF WESTERN MASS IS SPONSORING A PRESENTATION OF THE BOOK:

LOVE THAT MOVES THE SUN

Sunday, April 14, 2019

 

The Italian Cultural Center of Western Massachusetts is pleased to announce their second 2019 lecture in their series: a lecture given by Linda Cardillo on her book, Love That Moves the Sun.

 

He was the genius of his age; revered sculptor, painter, architect and poet; fiercely devoted friend; beleaguered artist to the popes; and a pilgrim in search of an elusive redemption. She was an acclaimed poet; dutiful daughter; adoring yet betrayed wife; powerful political voice; spiritual seeker; suspected heretic; and the only woman Michelangelo ever loved.

 

Cardillo’s novel is a sweeping historical epic and a sensitively observed exploration of the passionate friendship between Colonna and Michelangelo.  Ambitious in scope, the narrative covers 1500 to 1547, shifting between their relationship and Colonna's childhood and adolescence on the island of Ischia, her marriage to Ferrante and his betrayal of her trust, and her development as a poet. A stirring and emotionally resonant portrait of a pivotal relationship in the life of Michelangelo.

 

Linda Cardillo is an award-winning author who writes about the old country and the new, the tangle and embrace of family, and finding courage in the midst of loss. Hailed by Publishers Weekly as a “Fresh Face,” Linda has built a loyal following with her works of fiction—the novels Dancing on Sunday Afternoons, Across the Table, The Boat House Café, The Uneven Road, and Island Legacy, as well as novellas in the anthologies The Valentine Gift and A Mother’s Heart and the illustrated children’s book The Smallest Christmas Tree

The Italian Cultural Center is located at 56 Margaret Street, Springfield, MA. Doors open at 1:30 and the presentation will begin at 2:00 pm on Sunday, April 14. There is an admission charge of $5.00 for Members and $7.00 for Non-Members. Complimentary refreshments will be served. For more information, please visit our website: < a href="http://www.iccwm.org">http://www.iccwm.org< /a> or call at 413 784-1492.

 

THE ITALIAN CULTURAL CENTER OF WESTERN MASS IS SPONSORING A PRESENTATION OF THE BOOK:

LOVE THAT MOVES THE SUN

Sunday, April 14, 2019

 

The Italian Cultural Center of Western Massachusetts is pleased to announce their second 2019 lecture in their series: a lecture given by Linda Cardillo on her book, Love That Moves the Sun.

 

He was the genius of his age; revered sculptor, painter, architect and poet; fiercely devoted friend; beleaguered artist to the popes; and a pilgrim in search of an elusive redemption. She was an acclaimed poet; dutiful daughter; adoring yet betrayed wife; powerful political voice; spiritual seeker; suspected heretic; and the only woman Michelangelo ever loved.

 

Cardillo’s novel is a sweeping historical epic and a sensitively observed exploration of the passionate friendship between Colonna and Michelangelo.  Ambitious in scope, the narrative covers 1500 to 1547, shifting between their relationship and Colonna's childhood and adolescence on the island of Ischia, her marriage to Ferrante and his betrayal of her trust, and her development as a poet. A stirring and emotionally resonant portrait of a pivotal relationship in the life of Michelangelo.

 

Linda Cardillo is an award-winning author who writes about the old country and the new, the tangle and embrace of family, and finding courage in the midst of loss. Hailed by Publishers Weekly as a “Fresh Face,” Linda has built a loyal following with her works of fiction—the novels Dancing on Sunday Afternoons, Across the Table, The Boat House Café, The Uneven Road, and Island Legacy, as well as novellas in the anthologies The Valentine Gift and A Mother’s Heart and the illustrated children’s book The Smallest Christmas Tree

The Italian Cultural Center is located at 56 Margaret Street, Springfield, MA. Doors open at 1:30 and the presentation will begin at 2:00 pm on Sunday, April 14. There is an admission charge of $5.00 for Members and $7.00 for Non-Members. Complimentary refreshments will be served. For more information, please visit our website: < a href="http://www.iccwm.org">http://www.iccwm.org< /a> or call at 413 784-1492.

 

THE ITALIAN CULTURAL CENTER OF WESTERN MASS IS SPONSORING A PRESENTATION OF THE BOOK:

LOVE THAT MOVES THE SUN

Sunday, April 14, 2019

 

The Italian Cultural Center of Western Massachusetts is pleased to announce their second 2019 lecture in their series: a lecture given by Linda Cardillo on her book, Love That Moves the Sun.

 

He was the genius of his age; revered sculptor, painter, architect and poet; fiercely devoted friend; beleaguered artist to the popes; and a pilgrim in search of an elusive redemption. She was an acclaimed poet; dutiful daughter; adoring yet betrayed wife; powerful political voice; spiritual seeker; suspected heretic; and the only woman Michelangelo ever loved.

 

Cardillo’s novel is a sweeping historical epic and a sensitively observed exploration of the passionate friendship between Colonna and Michelangelo.  Ambitious in scope, the narrative covers 1500 to 1547, shifting between their relationship and Colonna's childhood and adolescence on the island of Ischia, her marriage to Ferrante and his betrayal of her trust, and her development as a poet. A stirring and emotionally resonant portrait of a pivotal relationship in the life of Michelangelo.

 

Linda Cardillo is an award-winning author who writes about the old country and the new, the tangle and embrace of family, and finding courage in the midst of loss. Hailed by Publishers Weekly as a “Fresh Face,” Linda has built a loyal following with her works of fiction—the novels Dancing on Sunday Afternoons, Across the Table, The Boat House Café, The Uneven Road, and Island Legacy, as well as novellas in the anthologies The Valentine Gift and A Mother’s Heart and the illustrated children’s book The Smallest Christmas Tree

The Italian Cultural Center is located at 56 Margaret Street, Springfield, MA. Doors open at 1:30 and the presentation will begin at 2:00 pm on Sunday, April 14. There is an admission charge of $5.00 for Members and $7.00 for Non-Members. Complimentary refreshments will be served. For more information, please visit our website: < a href="http://www.iccwm.org">http://www.iccwm.org< /a> or call at 413 784-1492.

 

THE ITALIAN CULTURAL CENTER OF WESTERN MASS IS SPONSORING A PRESENTATION OF THE BOOK:

LOVE THAT MOVES THE SUN

Sunday, April 14, 2019

 

The Italian Cultural Center of Western Massachusetts is pleased to announce their second 2019 lecture in their series: a lecture given by Linda Cardillo on her book, Love That Moves the Sun.

 

He was the genius of his age; revered sculptor, painter, architect and poet; fiercely devoted friend; beleaguered artist to the popes; and a pilgrim in search of an elusive redemption. She was an acclaimed poet; dutiful daughter; adoring yet betrayed wife; powerful political voice; spiritual seeker; suspected heretic; and the only woman Michelangelo ever loved.

 

Cardillo’s novel is a sweeping historical epic and a sensitively observed exploration of the passionate friendship between Colonna and Michelangelo.  Ambitious in scope, the narrative covers 1500 to 1547, shifting between their relationship and Colonna's childhood and adolescence on the island of Ischia, her marriage to Ferrante and his betrayal of her trust, and her development as a poet. A stirring and emotionally resonant portrait of a pivotal relationship in the life of Michelangelo.

 

Linda Cardillo is an award-winning author who writes about the old country and the new, the tangle and embrace of family, and finding courage in the midst of loss. Hailed by Publishers Weekly as a “Fresh Face,” Linda has built a loyal following with her works of fiction—the novels Dancing on Sunday Afternoons, Across the Table, The Boat House Café, The Uneven Road, and Island Legacy, as well as novellas in the anthologies The Valentine Gift and A Mother’s Heart and the illustrated children’s book The Smallest Christmas Tree

The Italian Cultural Center is located at 56 Margaret Street, Springfield, MA. Doors open at 1:30 and the presentation will begin at 2:00 pm on Sunday, April 14. There is an admission charge of $5.00 for Members and $7.00 for Non-Members. Complimentary refreshments will be served. For more information, please visit our website: < a href="http://www.iccwm.org">http://www.iccwm.org< /a> or call at 413 784-1492.

 

THE ITALIAN CULTURAL CENTER OF WESTERN MASS IS SPONSORING A PRESENTATION OF THE BOOK:

LOVE THAT MOVES THE SUN

Sunday, April 14, 2019

 

The Italian Cultural Center of Western Massachusetts is pleased to announce their second 2019 lecture in their series: a lecture given by Linda Cardillo on her book, Love That Moves the Sun.

 

He was the genius of his age; revered sculptor, painter, architect and poet; fiercely devoted friend; beleaguered artist to the popes; and a pilgrim in search of an elusive redemption. She was an acclaimed poet; dutiful daughter; adoring yet betrayed wife; powerful political voice; spiritual seeker; suspected heretic; and the only woman Michelangelo ever loved.

 

Cardillo’s novel is a sweeping historical epic and a sensitively observed exploration of the passionate friendship between Colonna and Michelangelo.  Ambitious in scope, the narrative covers 1500 to 1547, shifting between their relationship and Colonna's childhood and adolescence on the island of Ischia, her marriage to Ferrante and his betrayal of her trust, and her development as a poet. A stirring and emotionally resonant portrait of a pivotal relationship in the life of Michelangelo.

 

Linda Cardillo is an award-winning author who writes about the old country and the new, the tangle and embrace of family, and finding courage in the midst of loss. Hailed by Publishers Weekly as a “Fresh Face,” Linda has built a loyal following with her works of fiction—the novels Dancing on Sunday Afternoons, Across the Table, The Boat House Café, The Uneven Road, and Island Legacy, as well as novellas in the anthologies The Valentine Gift and A Mother’s Heart and the illustrated children’s book The Smallest Christmas Tree

The Italian Cultural Center is located at 56 Margaret Street, Springfield, MA. Doors open at 1:30 and the presentation will begin at 2:00 pm on Sunday, April 14. There is an admission charge of $5.00 for Members and $7.00 for Non-Members. Complimentary refreshments will be served. For more information, please visit our website: < a href="http://www.iccwm.org">http://www.iccwm.org< /a> or call at 413 784-1492.

 

THE ITALIAN CULTURAL CENTER OF WESTERN MASS IS SPONSORING A PRESENTATION OF THE BOOK:

LOVE THAT MOVES THE SUN

Sunday, April 14, 2019

 

The Italian Cultural Center of Western Massachusetts is pleased to announce their second 2019 lecture in their series: a lecture given by Linda Cardillo on her book, Love That Moves the Sun.

 He was the genius of his age; revered sculptor, painter, architect and poet; fiercely devoted friend; beleaguered artist to the popes; and a pilgrim in search of an elusive redemption. She was an acclaimed poet; dutiful daughter; adoring yet betrayed wife; powerful political voice; spiritual seeker; suspected heretic; and the only woman Michelangelo ever loved.

 Cardillo’s novel is a sweeping historical epic and a sensitively observed exploration of the passionate friendship between Colonna and Michelangelo.  Ambitious in scope, the narrative covers 1500 to 1547, shifting between their relationship and Colonna's childhood and adolescence on the island of Ischia, her marriage to Ferrante and his betrayal of her trust, and her development as a poet. A stirring and emotionally resonant portrait of a pivotal relationship in the life of Michelangelo.

 Linda Cardillo is an award-winning author who writes about the old country and the new, the tangle and embrace of family, and finding courage in the midst of loss. Hailed by Publishers Weekly as a “Fresh Face,” Linda has built a loyal following with her works of fiction—the novels Dancing on Sunday Afternoons, Across the Table, The Boat House Café, The Uneven Road, and Island Legacy, as well as novellas in the anthologies The Valentine Gift and A Mother’s Heart and the illustrated children’s book The Smallest Christmas Tree

The Italian Cultural Center is located at 56 Margaret Street, Springfield, MA. Doors open at 1:30 and the presentation will begin at 2:00 pm on Sunday, April 14. There is an admission charge of $5.00 for Members and $7.00 for Non-Members. Complimentary refreshments will be served. For more information, please visit our website: < a href="http://www.iccwm.org">http://www.iccwm.org< /a> or call at 413 784-1492.