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Beppe Fenoglio – The Twenty-three Days of the City of Alba

  Anti-rethorical Resistance This anthology, which is Beppe Fenoglio’s literary debut, already contains two of the author’s typical themes: the Italian resistance movement and existentialism, described...

Roberto Perrone – Zamora

  Contradictions Football has always been like an unknown planet for the shy and sensitive accountant Walter Vismara. And yet, the golden rule in the new...

Fabrizio Colonna – Love in the Time of Football

When I was a kid, Sundays were usually spent having lunch with friends and relatives, and regular appointments with football pool coupons, 90° Minuto1,...

Michele Curatolo – The Perfect Day

Life, as is often the case, had not been too kind to Alessandro Cominardi, aka Alex. Like all of us, Alex is a good...

Soccer, Beauty, and Happiness

Dearest readers, perhaps some of you will be surprised to find out that this Inkroci issue is dedicated to soccer. Convincing our editorial staff to...

The Who – Tommy

  Tommy? Yes, indeed. If not the first, then certainly one of the first rock operas, and surely the greatest of them all, whose fame...

Giorgio Olivari – Zuava

Elide was born in 1926. Born a fascist. She was the daughter of a railway worker, who had been obliged to become a National Fascist...

Giulia Romoli – Laura

  The first thing she does is turn off the radio. The sky is black outside the car. It oppresses things, it crushes them. The young man...

Future? What kind of future? – Interview with the writer Italo...

An interview with the writer Italo Bonera (author of the books Ph0xGen!, I'm not like you - Io non sono come voi, and Heaven...

Death to War

Surfing the Web, it is not unusual to find reactionary posts urging the return of compulsory military service. They are usually reinforced by “sagacious”...