So nice for me to be invited to participate to the first book fair in the town of Skepplanda, organized by Bibliotekets vänner i norra Ale! I got to read one of my stories to a very attentive audience, and I am glad the provincial paper Alekuriren chose to pick a photo with me for their coverage!
I am really thrilled I will be reading some of my poems in both Swedish and Italian at the Frölunda Kulturhus! On March 21st it is the World Poetry Day and I got an invitation to read at the Kafé Kultans poesiscen during the Poetry & Music event, starting at 6pm.
You are most welcome to join me!
It was very exciting to participate in the poetry festival organized by the Macedonian National Association together with the Gothenburg City Library yesterday!
So embarrassing that I couldn’t read my poem without getting so moved, but it is a very emotional text for me.
Wonderful audience and colleagues, I am so proud and happy that I accepted this invitation!
Supernice presentation of my novel!! Any of you that understands Italian is most welcome to watch
The Wedding Cake will be screened at the 18th edition of the Tofifest International Film Festival that will take place in Torun, from 17th October to 25th October 2020. The festival openly supports Belarusians by having a very interesting section called “Viva Belarus!”, presented by stating: “it will be a symbolic manifestation of our solidarity with the Belarusian people fighting for their freedom.
I am proud of being virtually there!
I am so proud and happy I have been accepted as member by the organization European Network of Migrant Women, which I have followed very closely for the last four years! My first act is producing this short supporting video about digital inclusion for disadvantaged women, as a contribution to the campaign #InternetEsUnDerecho started by the Spanish association Por Ti Mujer.
The Wedding Cake will be screened at a festival in one of the towns located farthest north of Sweden: Boden!
I’d love to visit that part of the country where I have never been, but it does not look like I will be able to fulfill my dream this time either, as the festival will take place in just a few weeks… but I hope there will be other occasions soon!
I had the great pleasure and honor to be invited to narrate about my home town Rome by one of the most important musical institutions of the city of Gothenburg, the Göteborg Wind Orchestra, located in the oldest building in town – the Kronhuset.
Directed by Maestro Niklas Wallén, I will have the opportunity of narrating about the Eternal City from a sightly more subtile and unusual perspective. I will use the four elements of water, earth, air and fire, that give an emotional experience even to the occasional tourist.
Double concert tomorrow in the town of Tidaholm, and grand concert on Saturday, 4 pm at the Kronhuset!