Italian Poetry Is Not Dead
A new bottom-up movement has grown up: Poetry Slam.
NEW! – Italics Magazine Launches Its First E-Book Series
Plants, humans, the Alps, anthropology and a beautiful love story are waiting for you.
Christ Stopped At Eboli: Italy’s Southern Question
Carlo Levi's explanation of the gap between northern and southern Italy still holds true today.
Ada Negri, The First Woman Member Of The Royal Academy Of Italy
Ada Negri was the first and only woman to have been granted a prestigious and cumbersome appointment as Royal Academician of Italy.
Meeting Again In New York
Meeting Again in New York is Delfina Ducci’s latest novel, a book dedicated to the female universe.
Anywhere But (Christmas At) Home
If you are from southern Italy but live outside, returning home for the holidays to family is becoming impossible with current airline prices.
Weekly Pinprick: New York, The American Dream Of Italians
We stand with New York, as New Yorkers did with us Italians.
The Creativity Of Independent Booksellers: Mattia Garavaglia
If people can't go to the bookshop, someone's got to bring the books to them.