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Inferno’s Librarian


Inferno’s Librarian (excerpts, a novel by Constantin Severin) I was still a student when my teacher Giambattista Vico recommended me to be hired as a librarian at the Royal Library in Naples. I was appointed after a long and intense … Continue reading

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A challenge: to study Fiction at the University of Iowa


Last month I have graduated the International Writing Program from the University of Iowa, a cutting edge course dedicated to Fiction, more precisely the art of writing good novels. I have enjoyed it very much and my final profile can … Continue reading

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