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José Saramago – Blindness

  Suddenly, in a city with no name - which, just for this reason, may represent any place - a man goes blind. This first,...

Zazie in the Metro

  The film, released in 1960, is based on the novel of the same name by Raymond Queneau, an author very much in vogue in...

Ilona Jerger – And Marx kept silent in Darwin’s garden

A novel that tells, with frequent flash-backs, the last years of two of the most important minds of the nineteenth century: Charles Darwin and...

Coal and Ink – The Scottish working class in the works...

Mourning the recent loss of a great contemporary writer, William McIlvanney, we decided, quite unusually for our magazine, to reprint an article devoted to...

Cataldo Russo – The Sky Above Me

Nothing was born from diamonds A bundle of clothes, a heap of plastic bags and newspapers covering the desperation of an abandoned body. Unfortunately, many people...

Giuseppe Ciarallo – Psychomarket

The man slowly walks along the endless corridor, preceded by a huge empty shopping cart that seems to drag him along rather than being...

Writing is like making love: interview with Giuseppe Ciarallo

As a writer, you start at 36 years with your collection Racconti per sax tenore (Stories for tenor sax).  Someone would say it is...

Colosseum Live

A Rope Ladder to the Moon If there’s something that really pisses me of, it’s that in the chaotic world we happen to live in,...

Tito Schipa, Jr. – Orfeo 9

Orfeo 9 forever It was 1974. I was 16 and had a girlfriend who had just given me Tito Schipa Jr’s Orfeo 9 (Orpheus 9),...

The Tenant

I knew of Roland Topor from his work in graphics. I had been always interested in his dark, surreal, cynically satirical, noir, but brilliant...