FUOCO fuochino is a free literature exercise that came from an idea by Afro Somenzari and has taken shape in the heart of the Lower Po Valley, on the border between Lombardy and Emilia. In a landscape filled with mists, storytellers, boats and taverns, FUOCO fuochino quietly suggests fantastic and vibrant presences, literary lights that appear and disappear like the signals of the wayfarers along the road.
This sixth volume includes texts by Rosanna Flisi, Lou Artìs, Steve Manfroi, Lorenza Amadasi, Afro Somenzari, Enrico Baj, Alberto Cappi, Paolo Morelli, Giuseppe Festa, Brunella Eruli, Edgardo Franzosini, Donato Novellini, Duccio Scheggi, Stefano Tonietto, Silvia Delitala, Giorgio Bàrberi Squarotti, Agnese Ambiveri, Bianca Pitzorno and Maura Del Serra.
With a preface by Martina Corgnati and illustrations by Alberto Casiraghy. FUOCO fuochino is a publishing house - "the poorest publishing house in the world", as stated on the title page - but also the title of this illustrated collection of works by authors friends. FUOCO fuochino 5 has a print run of 300 copies and is distributed by Edizioni Corraini.