My grateful thanks to Sarah Jane Webb for her translation of the material posted here. Indeed, she translated in English something I wrote, but not this presentation (if you find mistakes in it, the fault is only mine).
I decided to post all this because I noticed that a number of people visiting this site is living out of Italy; I don’t know if you are English speakers or not, but I feel Italian can be hard to understand to some of you.
This section includes:
- About the author, a short presentation of myself and my books.
- The Man at One Kelvin Degree: this novel has been my debut in literature. In 2013 it won the Urania Award, that is considered the most important Italian distinction in science fiction. Posted page includes a synopsis and the English translation of first chapter.
- Three short stories, that can be considered SF, or imaginative fiction, or whatever you want (I hate definitions): Writing software (1994), Intelligent design (2013) and The trial of Matheson Leprechaun (2013).