Adolescence and Night/L'adolescenza e la notte
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February 04, 2021
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About the Author
Luigi Fontanella lives in New York and Florence, Italy. A professor of Italian Literature, he has been the chair of the Department of European Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at Stony Brook University. He has published collections of poetry, essays, and stories. Among the most recent titles are Pasolini rilegge Pasolini (Archinto, 2005, translated into several languages); L'angelo della neve. Poesie di viaggio (Mondadori, Almanacco dello Specchio, 2009); Bertgang (Moretti & Vitali 2012, winner of the Premio I Murazzi); Migrating Words: Italian Writers in the United States (Bordighera Press, 2012); Disunita ombra (Archinto, 2013, winner of the Premio Nazionale Frascati); L'adolescenza e la note (Passigli, 2015, Pref. by Paolo Lagazzi, Pascoli Prize, Viareggio-Giuria, Prize); La morte rosa (Stampa, 2015, Pref. by Maurizio Cucchi); Monte Stella (Passigli, 2020); Raccontare la poesia 1970-2020. Saggi, ricordi, testimonianze critiche (Moretti & Vitali, 2021); Tre passi nel desiderio. Tre Atti Unici (Neos, 2021).
Giorgio Mobili is a poet, translator, and literary critic. Born in Milan, Italy, he has lived in the US since 1999. He teaches Humanities and Spanish at California State University, Fresno. In his lyrical production, he has persistently explored, from a multi-lingual perspective, and with surrealistic flair, how cultural displacement reshapes one's inner geography through the intricate mobilization of memory, fantasy, and desire. His Italian poetry has appeared in several journals and five published collections, and has been included in the anthology Poets of the Italian Diaspora (Fordham UP, 2013). His first Spanish-language collection came out in Santiago, Chile, in 2014. His English poetry has appeared in The Tipton Poetry Journal, Pank Magazine, The Hiram Poetry Review, Ariel, and Gradiva. This is his first full-length collection in English.