I began, in addition to the historical-science fiction series, an erotic trilogy of novels, featuring mischievous young woman who also happens to be a mathematical genius.

I have been working on a series of seven historical-science fiction novels, and writing television scripts.

I have worked as an Independent writer of TV and radio documentaries, and fiction; see list below.

Director of the Canadian Cultural Center in Italy, member of International Administrative Committee for the Biennale of Venice, de facto editor of Canada Contemporaneo, etc., etc.

I was a Free-lance public relations, press office, round-table MC, writer, translator, interviewer, film-presenter, with Sorrento Festival, Naples Festival, Taormina International Film Festival, Spoleto Two Worlds Festival, etc. This work overlapped with teaching at the University of Messina.

I was a Lecturer in English and English Literature (19th and early 20th Centuries) at the Faculty of Letters, University of Messina, Messina, Sicily.

I was a Ph.D. student – The French novels of Samuel Beckett – at Birkbeck College, University of London, England. (I decided not to complete the Ph.D., but to go and live on an island instead)

I was a student of English Literature at Pembroke College, the University of Cambridge.

I worked as an economist for Working Party Three (Central bank governors and Finance Ministers) at the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development), Paris.

From June to November (circa) I was acting head of the Cultural and Public Relations Section of the Canadian High Commission in London, England.

I was a graduate student of international monetary economics at the London School of Economics, London, UK.

I worked as a young Foreign Service Officer in the African and Middle Eastern Section at the Department of External Affairs in Ottawa.

I was an honors student in Political Science and Economics at Trinity College, University of Toronto. I graduated with honors, third I believe of the 50 some students in my year.