Luca Artioli, Andrea Garbin, Fabio Barcellandi and their translator Dave Lordan will be reading in venues across Ireland as part of a national tour to promote the book Poethree-New Italian Voices (Thauma Edizioni, 2011).
Sat 18th 3.30pm Dublin
Discussion and reading at Mater Dei College,
Mon 20th Dublin
The Glor Sessions
Thursday 23 June, Trim.
Village Hall, Knightsbridge Retirement Village 8 pm.
Fri 24th June Galway
Summer Writers’ Extravagana
the kitchen@the museum 8pm
Sat 25th June Derry
Mon 27th June Cork
O Bheal Reading Series
Long Valley Pub.
Luca Artioli, biography
Luca Artioli was born in Mantova in 1976, where
he still lives.
He was the creator and co-founder of the
“Confraternita dell’ “Uva”, a group of writers
25 from Mantova / Modena / Como.
He’s currently a member of the “Movement from
the Underground”, a literary group for the union
of the arts, based in Montichiari (BS).
His official website is http://www.lucaartioli.it/
His books are Fragili Apparenze (Apparent fragilities) (Poems –
TCM Editions, Mantova, 2005) and Suture (Sutures) (Poems – Ed. Fara, 2011).
Fabio Barcellandi, biography
Fabio Barcellandi was born in Brescia in 1968.
He is part of the group of poets and artists that
quickens the literary meetings at the coffee bar
Galeter in Montichiari, where he has performed
on numerous occasions, from his tentative
beginnings to the latest missives. He is from
under the earth. What they say of him is that he
walks hand in hand with death, whistling
He has published two collections of poems:
Parole alate (Winged words) (Cicorivolta editions,
2007) and Nero, l’inchiostro (Black Ink) (Montag
Andrea Garbin, biography
Andrea Garbin lives and works in the province
of Mantova. He has published the poetry Il senso
della musa (The sense of the Muse) (Aletti, 2007)
and Latex (Fara, 2009) and some short-stories in
the anthologies Per natale non esco (For Christmas
I don’t go out) (TranseuropaLibri, 2008) and Il
rumore degli occhi (The noise of the eyes) (Edizioni
Dave Lordan’s latest collection is Invitation to a Sacrifice (Salmon Poetry, 2010) which was called by the Irish Times ‘an act of cultural resistance, as brilliant on the page as it must surely be in performance’. Eigse Riada theatre company produced his first play, Jo Bangles, at the Mill Theatre, Dundrum in 2010. Forthcoming are ‘Assassin for Higher‘ from Wurm Press in Nov 2011 and his first collection of short stories ‘Out of My Head‘ due out from Salmon Publishing in Summer 2012. He can be contacted at email@example.com