You’ll find resources here to help you write a term paper, ace an exam, or get a date. Or at least sound intelligent in English class.
In case you didn’t notice them elsewhere, here are links to useful information that can be found on this very website. Warning: While every effort has been made to include only material that is factual, be aware that all information has been carefully edited to present Ricci in the most flattering possible light.
- Nino’s Biography
Find out where Ricci grew up, whether he graduated, and what he thinks his great accomplishments are.
- Nino’s CV
Yes, Ricci worked for College Pro Painters during his university years. No, he was never sued by any of his clients. And yes, his CV is about as honest and reliable as your own.
- Nino’s Publications
A complete-ish list of every pamphlet Ricci every wrote and every former communist state that every published one of his books, and a rather more selective list of some the screeds and propaganda sheets that have been published about him.
- FAQs about Nino
Find out the questions everyone else asks so you can be unique and ask totally different ones.
Not enough information on this website to suit your needs? Bothered by the overtly propagandistic tone of many of its entries? Try some of these links for the bigger picture.
- Athabasca University Canadian Writers site
Find biographical information as well as a list of articles about Nino Ricci and his work and an essay by Sonia Wilson comparing Nino Ricci, Kristiana Gunnars, and Aritha van Herk. Also a good site for learning about other Canadian writers.
- The Canadian Encyclopedia
More biographical information, and links to information on awards and on the film version of the Lives of the Saints trilogy. A great site to explore other aspects of Canadian literature, as well as to get access to the archives of Maclean’s magazine.
- The Writers’ Union of Canada
Mainly useful for those who want to see a picture of Nino Ricci back when he had a moustache.
- Nino on wikipedia.org
Where would we be without Wikipedia? Keeners can take the opportunity to update Wikipedia’s information and correct errors, based on their extensive research on other websites.
Even though this is essentially a sales and propaganda site for Ricci’s publisher, you can still get quite a bit of useful information here by clicking the ‘more’ buttons beneath each book, including author profiles, readers’ guides and slightly humorous Q&As.
- Media files
Find links to news, reviews, profiles, interviews and other fun media, for stalkers and serious researchers.