Book Title: CALL ME CHAMLEON
Author Name: Albert Russo
Book Synopsis: The selective memory of a kaleidoscopic-eyed globetrotter,
from age 3 to this day. This is the unconventional memoir of Albert Russo, a multicultural, multilingual author who writes in English and French, his two ‘mother’ tongues, correcting the galleys of the Italian translations of his novels himself (his ‘paternal’ tongue being Italian). His work has been translated into a dozen languages, including Polish, Greek, Bengali, Turkish and Chinese. He has garnered many international awards.
Author Bio: Albert Russo’s major books are the AFRICAN QUATUOR (AQ), his memoir CALL ME CHAMELEON (CMC), his humorous ZAPINETTE Series (Zapy), GOSH ZAPINETTE, the first ever series of global Jewish humor, his books of stories and of poetry encompassing 40 years of writing, entitled: THE CROWDED WORLD OF SOLITUDE, vol. 1 -CWS1 (the stories and essays) and THE CROWDED WORLD OF SOLITUDE, vol. 2 (the poems) CWS2 + MOTHER BELOVED + about 50 books of photos. His biography: UNDER THE SHIRTTAILS OF ALBERT RUSSO.
Publisher Name: l'Aleph, Wisehouse Publishing, Sweden