HUMANS OF FRONTIN
He was born and raised in the mountains, in Cortina d’Ampezzo, and loves books passionately. This is how Una montagna di libri was invented, a festival that has brought writers from all over the world to the Dolomites since 2009.
One day he asked himself a question: but if novels and stories were architecture, what shape would they have? Since then he has continued to ask those who participate in his Literary Architecture workshops.
They were strongly convinced that children’s books are no small matter. So they created a publishing house that imagines and creates them, with great seriousness. And just as much fun.
For ten years he has written a column on the saint of the day for the Italian online newspaper Post. By dint of accumulating stories, he decided to bring them together in a guide. Not exactly in the odor of sanctity.
There are many ways not to succumb to the storms and earthquakes that life prepares for us. Her: looking at them with curious eyes and telling them with a strong, surprising voice.
He publishes short stories and novels, his own, and above all those of others. But only if he decides that they have earned the opportunity to live the greatest adventure, that of meeting the readers.
Giving voice to others – politicians, institutions, events – is his job. Moving on to do it for a team of characters wandering around Milan, noir like smog, was easy.
The spark was the food, the good one and well prepared. And the desire to have fun while cooking. Result: an appetizing book, written (and served) with four hands.
He has dedicated his life to Russia, in all its most unexpected shades (many more than 50). Seasoning the study with a robust curiosity for food, in every form and latitude.
The first, Nicoletta, lives and fights in Bologna. Clara is divided between Castelfranco and Asolo. They share a crazy and wonderful desire to turn the world into a reader’s paradise.
She has an extraordinary talent for lending her voice but the passion that consumes her, on low heat, is for historical cuisine: the first book she wrote tells the story of the Italian Risorgimento, starting from a menu.
Vampires are not the first topic that comes to mind when talking about philology. And neither are the orcs. The beauty of being curious is that there is no limit to the horizons.