FUOCO fuochino 8
FUOCO fuochino is an exercise in free literature, the brainchild of Afro Somenzari, which has taken shape in the heart of the Lower Po Valley, on the border between Lombardy and Emilia. In a landscape made up of fog, storytellers, boats and taverns, FUOCO fuochino quietly evokes vibrant and fantastic presences, literary highlights that appear and disappear like markers for wayfarers along the road.
This eighth volume is dedicated to Lorenza Amadasi and includes texts by Giampaolo De Pietro, Fabrizio Tavernelli, Gilberto Cavicchioli,
Alberto Miliani, Fabrizio Abbati, Giacomo Carrara, Graziano Krätli,
Davide Longo, Giancarlo Tramutoli, Cesare Panini, Francesco Balsamo, Arthur Cravan, Luca Ariano, Renzo Franzini, Giuseppe Calandriello,
Mauro Furgeri, Luciano Caprile, Vanna Mignoli, Andrea Canevaro,
Guido Penzo, Lorenza Amadasi, Roberto Barbolini, Adrián N. Bravi,
Paolo Colagrande, Fabrizio Davini, Edgardo Franzosini, Jacopo Narros,
FUOCO fuochino is a publishing house - "the world's poorest publishing house", as it defines itself on the title page - but it is also the name of this illustrated collection of works by friendly authors. FUOCO fuochino 8 is available in a print run of 200 copies, printed by Arti Grafiche Castello and distributed by Corraini Edizioni.