Elizabeth Gilbert – Eat, Pray, Love

The thirty-four-year-old journalist from New York Liz Gilbert decides to travel for a year between Italy, India and Indonesia. This is her life adventure,...

Claire-Louise Bennett – Pond

Pond is an experimental novel that takes place entirely inside the mind of an unnamed protagonist. It relates the thought processes and...

Heiko H. Caimi – The Predestined Ones

Against the backdrop of a labour strike, there are twelve interwoven destinies; twelve characters who will be part of an unexpected sequence...

Maurice Walsh – A Quiet Man

During the Irish War of Independence, which ended with the 1921 ceasefire and the institution of the Irish Free State, six men...

Minal Hajratwala – Bountiful Instructions for Enlightenment

Bountiful Instructions for Enlightenment is published by The (Great) Indian Poetry Collective, one of whose patrons is Carolyn Forché; Hajaratwala is also fortunate enough to have...

Davide Verazzani – The last Beatle. Neil Aspinall, behind the scenes...

We were born not only for ourselves, but for the rest of the world Neil Aspinall was Paul McCartney’s classmate...

Massimo Carlotto – Nothing, nothing more in the world

Main character: a middle-aged mother. Secondary characters: her husband, her daughter. Location: a working-class neighborhood in Turin. Time: today. Massimo...

Elisa Emiliani – Ash

During a hot wet summer in the North-East of Italy three inseparable friends live the adventure of a lifetime. Always together, until the end,...

Elsa Morante – The Andalusian Shawl

In 1963  at nearly 50 years of age and during a really difficult period of personal crisis in her life,  the writer Elsa Morante...

Ludovico Ariosto – Satires

“My seat for a turnip” What would you think of the life of Ludovico Ariosto, an author capable of creating a poem such as the...

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Valentina Meloni – As if it were an endless autumn

As if it were an endless autumn silently one by one they leave and buds already appear on branches airy pollens are floating in flight but the invisible...