Bio: Frank Giorno lives in Timmins, Ontario, Canada. He writes about issues in North East Ontario including, education, policing, culture, heritage mining and First Nations issues. Frank is a published author of essays on the internment of Italian-Canadians during World War 2, “Internee 328: Camp Petawawa” co-written with James McCreath appears in “Beyond Barbed Wire” (Guernica Editions 2012). He has published four books of poetry, My Nation is a Train...Wreck (2017, Northern Voices Publications), MoPoPoMo (2016, Northern Voices Publications), “Elvis in America” and “Arrivederci! Plastic Covered Couch ( 2006, 2008 Lyricalmyrical Press)”. He founded Timmins Voices Reading Series, Beat on the Street and Northern Voices Publication...the mission is to develop and promote Northern literature. Take care of each other. Love trumps hate. As Nelson Mandela says as surely as children are taught to hate, they can also be taught to love and care for one and other.