The author with Salvatore in Tennessee Williams’ and Henry Faulkner’s room, Casa Cuseni, Taormina, Sicily. On the wall: watercolors by Faulkner.
The author stayed in Greta Garbo’s most beloved rooftop suite, Casa Cuseni, Taormina, Sicily. On the walls: watercolors by renowned British painter, Robert Kinston
In the sitting room: Greta Garbo’s favorite purple couch is on the foreground; priceless medieval carving is above the fireplace, Casa Cuseni, Taormina, Sicily
The author in the study: Picasso’ etchings and Kinston’s paintings are on the wall; the bookshelves contain signed Tennessee Williams’ books and private letters, Cuseni, Taormina, Sicily
The “Garbo’s” couch, a 17th-century Venetian mirror, and Italian Renaissance furniture in the sitting room, Casa Cuseni, Taormina, Sicily
Salvatore explains to the author the intricacies of an Iranian medieval ceramic plate, Casa Cuseni, Taormina, Sicily