• Books

    Gemma Trevisani, the art of publishing

    Since November she is the Head of Italian Fiction for Rizzoli Libri, one of the most important Italian publishing houses.  For more than a decade, Gemma Trevisani has been working as an editor, the most beautiful job in the world, according to her.  “I think that the paper book will never disappear. It is and it will remain a smart object. It is something you cannot break. It never runs out of juice”. 

    Here you find my interview.

  • Books

    Antonio Dini, a grower of tech awareness

    Italian journalist Antonio Dini spent most of his time flying to the US to discover the last newborn in the cradle of IT, Silicon Valley. He met small entrepreneurs and the richest men in the world, such as Steve Jobs and Bill Gates.  He writes about technology for numerous media outlets, including Il Sole 24 Ore. In his spare time, he cultivates his digital garden: a blog where he makes people aware of what he discovers by traveling through the net and through the skies.

    You can read my interview here. 

  • Books

    Gino&Michele, two masters of Italian comedy

    They witnessed, interpreted and invented some of the most significant breakthroughs of the cultural industry Made in Italy.

    Here you find my interview. 

  • Books

    Sergio Gerasi, the creative hand behind Dylan Dog

    Sergio Gerasi is a prominent Italian cartoonist.

    “Dylan Dog falls in love almost always but never marries. He lives amidst the nightmares of other people, of the  world in general. He is the emblem of the antihero—beautiful and melancholic.”

    I interviewed him on the occasion of the release of his last graphic novel “L’Aida”.

  • Books

    Alda Merini, la poetessa che sa ascoltare il vento

    Alda Merini was an acclaimed Italian poet, born in Milan on the 21st March 1931.

    “Sono nata il ventuno a primavera/ma non sapevo che nascere folle,/aprire le zolle/potesse scatenar tempesta”.

    I met her in 2008.