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Robert DeMaria was born in New York City and grew up during the Great Depression of the ‘thirties. His family came from Italy about 1880 and settled in Greenwich Village where there was a large Italian population. DeMaria is the fourth generation of his family to live in the Village. He took his BA degree and PhD at Columbia University. Many of his novels take place in the City. Others take place in Europe, where he has spent a lot of time. He has a second home in Mallorca, Spain, where he spends three or four months every year. He established The Mediterranean Review and later on The Vineyard Press. Among his authors there are such writers as Robert Graves, Anthony Burgess, Tennessee Williams, Pablo Neruda, Charles Bukowski, Eugenio Montale, and Paul Bowles. He was a Professor of English, an editor in New York, a Dean at the New School and Director of an overseas program for American students. He has published eighteen novels and several textbooks.