Made in Italy
Francesca Garofoli | 30-06-2008 | ENG
Four places tell the story of one country: Italy. From Genoa to Cogne, and Bologna to Palermo. Novels, theatre monologues and reports to give a voice to collective sentiments and negated realities. continua italiano
Embroidering the Truth
Letizia Mirabile | 30-06-2008 | ENG
The bittersweet humour and sharp sounds of the Sicilian language to tell the story of what is known as the “pizzo” business. A monologue. continua italiano
Who’s afraid of Beppe Grillo?
Maria Agostinelli | 30-06-2008 | ENG
The new face of Italian society is a comedian: Beppe Grillo. Pioneer, showman, communicator par excellence. But the “Grillo phenomenon” has yet to be fully understood. We spoke to Emilio Targia, journalist and spokesperson for Radio Radicale, co-author of Who’s afraid of Beppe Grillo? continua italiano
G8, hit and sunk
Francesca Garofoli | 30-06-2008 | ENG
Writing to right the facts. A novel told like a film. Your thumb ready to hit REC or PLAY, depending on whether the narrative is in the present or the past. This is how Roberto Ferrucci recovers the memory of what happened during those days in Genoa. continua italiano
The Key to Cogne
Federica De Maria | 30-06-2008 | ENG
How can a simple truth be hidden when a crime hits the media. Valentina Magrin takes us in search of the murder weapon in her book The Key to Cogne. It is the morning of 30 January 2002 in the locality of Montroz, in Cogne, Val d’Aosta, and young Samuele Lorenzi has just been murdered. Questions are still being asked today about how and why. continua italiano
Andreoli of Nazareth
Marco Andreoli | 30-06-2008 | ENG
From an idea to a format. From format to blog. From blog to stage performance in constant evolution. That’s how contemporary theatre undergoes transformation. continua italiano
Discovering the alphabet
Luigi Malerba | 1963 | ENG
In memory of the writer Luigi Malerba – recently deceased – we’d like to offer you an excerpt from his first novel: Discovering the alphabet (1963). continua italiano