Books by Carole Giangrande
Carole Giangrande reads from THE TENDER BIRDS on Sunday, Feb. 16th, 2pm, at the Oakville Literary Salon, Oakville Public Library, 120 Navy St., Oakville. Come join us! Books for sale!
Good words for TENDER BIRDS:
Check out Literary Flits review: “I am glad to have discovered Carole Giangrande’s writing and am also intrigued by the way reading this novel made me feel. I don’t know if it was the pacing or something in the writing style, but on finishing The Tender Birds I realised I felt unexpectedly relaxed and almost serene. Perhaps this whole novel is a prayer?”
“Beautiful, tender and graceful…a novel of startling juxtapositions: that of healing and the vivid details of caring for raptor birds…Honestly, this is not a tale to rush through, and instead it becomes a tale to look deeply into the hidden depths, teasing out the meaning hidden behind the words. ” Svetlana’s Read and Views
THE TENDER BIRDS longlisted for the 2020 “Very Best Book” award for fiction by The Miramichi Reader. Read the 5-star review!
Carole’s first kids’ book, DO I HAVE TO GO TO SLEEP? has just been published! For more info, check out the Books tab and Order now!
As a writer, I’ve always been drawn to opposites. I’m passionate about language — both written and spoken — and I love both the solitude of writing and the public nature of the spoken word. Writing is a contemplative act, a lifelong quest for clarity, beauty and wisdom. Reading and speaking for an audience is one of the joys of my life.
— Carole Giangrande
Awards and Recognition
Carole’s essay “Death of a Red-Tailed Hawk” has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize! Read the essay
All That Is Solid Melts Into Air wins Independent Publishers’ Award (IPPY) 2018 Gold Medal for Literary Fiction.
All That Is Solid Melts Into Air shortlisted for the Mary Sarton Women’s Book Award (Contemporary Fiction).
All That Is Solid Melts Into Air winner of the 2017 Miramichi Reader “Very Best” Book Award for Fiction.
Lyric Essay Award for Goshawk, published in Eastern Iowa Review, 2016
A Gardener On The Moon won the Ken Klonsky Novella Prize from Quattro Books, 2010