Christopher Castellani Reads at Bread Loaf

christopher-castellani-2012-by-woweAs we look forward to the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference later this month, we can’t resist sharing this great read from last summer, when Christopher Castellani read from his novel, All This Talk of Love.







Christopher Castellani is the author of three novels published by Algonquin: All This Talk of Love (2013), New York Times Editors’ Choice and finalist for the Ferro-Grumley Literary Award; The Saint of Lost Things (2005), a BookSense (IndieBound) Notable Book; and A Kiss From Maddalena (2003), which won the Massachusetts Book Award in 2004.

Castellani is the artistic director of Grub Street and teaches fiction in the MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College. He lives in Boston, where he is working on a new novel and a collection of essays titled The Art of Perspective: Who Tells the Story? (Graywolf). He was recently awarded a Guggenheim fellowship for fiction.

All Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference readings are available on iTunesU. To hear more, please visit the Bread Loaf website.