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Vittorio Curtoni – White on black

How can you die White on black presents nine short stories of Vittorio Curtoni, a great master of Italian science fiction, preceded by a masterly...

Robert A. Heinlein – The moon is a harsh mistress

How a revolution is born In 2075 the moon is used as a penal colony by the Terrans, where all types of scum are exiled....

Bonvi and Francesco Guccini – Stories of Deep Space

Francesco Guccini’s raids in comics art ain’t uncommons, aid and abet his own friends like Magnus, Andrea Pazienza and Bonvi himself often assisted Guccini....

Vittorio Curtoni – Where are we flying

A novel, six short stories and an autobiography An unusual anthology collecting a novel, six short stories, an autobiography, a daily journal of the author...

Ted Hughes – The Iron Man

  The illusions of educational fairy tales Written in 1968, this cloying, pacifist tale is pleasing to read, but mostly trivial in content and, particularly, in...

Nicoletta Vallorani – Eve

2033. In a Milan which is by now a ruin, aged in just a few years but unable to die, a series of ritual...

Matteo Ciucci – The cost of a living

Murray Sand and his wife Clara were waiting, sitting on the sofa of their living room. Murray was tapping mechanically with his heel against...

Emmanuel Carrère – The Adversary

  With few exceptions, all Emmanuel Carrère’s major works could be classified as a unique autobiography realized under the pretext of narrating other people’s biographies....

Donald Barthelme – Snow White

An Uncategorizable Novel A novel that proceeds by fragments (the only form that Donald Barthelme said he could trust), which are narrated by an individual...

Silvio Donà – It’s an iPhone that, isn’t it?

  Scene: the crowded compartment of a (filthy, need I say it?) Italian train. A guy in jeans and a casual jacket is trying to cut...