INTERVIEWS

Fifteen Questions to Catherine Dunne

   So many and so different are the judgments and the opinions on Catherine Dunne that it’s hard to say which of them can portrait...

From Inquisition to Tortuga – Interview with Valerio Evangelisti Part II

Here you can find the conclusion of the long interview that Valerio Evangelisti, with delightful willingness, accepted to yield us. The first part can...

From Inquisition to Tortuga – Interview with Valerio Evangelisti

  When we wrote to ask him for an interview, Valerio Evangelisti not only was exquisitely available, but he even invited us to lunch with...

Erri De Luca: The Unreliable Witness

an interview with Erri De Luca When we wrote to him to ask for an interview, Erri De Luca answered that he considered our attention...

G. Gopikrishnan: ‘Illustration is an independent artwork to me.’

Each and every one of Gopikrishnan's paintings is deeply engraved in the minds of the audience. The beauty of the art is due to ...

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Essayists are more inventive than novelists – Interview with Luigi Amara

Poetics of recovery. This is what the works of Luigi Amara appear to be. Amara is a Mexican essayist and poet, author of books...

Uncomfortable culture – Interview with Moni Ovadia – part two

Moni Ovadia, ever kind and amenable, agreed to let us interview him on two separate occasions. We conclude here the publication of the interview...

A global peace: interview with Laura Tussi

Laura Tussi is a journalist, writer and teacher, who deals with non-violent and intercultural pedagogy. Together with Fabrizio Cracolici (President of the Nova Milanese...

Moni Ovadia: Resistance, Workers’ Rights and Israeli Politics

Moni Ovadia proved to be most helpful and friendly; he agreed to let us interview him on two separate occasions, in between his other...

Voice and rhythm – Interview with David Butler

Writing in different genre poses a number of problems, but also opportunities for modern writers. 'It’s  not always immediately obvious to writers in what...

Sudeep Sen: ‘The architecture of a poem is very important to me’

А starting point for this interview with Sudeep Sen is his poem ‘Language’, which we chose for our new Inkroci column — “Two-tongued sea”...