Davide Rondoni

Davide Rondoni

Davide Rondoni (Forlì 1964) published many volumes of poetry, including "La natura del bastardo" (Mondadori 2016)  “Apocalisse amore” (Mondadori 2008), “Avrebbe amato chiunque (Guanda, 2003), “Compianto, vita”  (Marietti 2001) and “Il bar del tempo” (Guanda 1999), with whom he won some of the major italian poetry awards. He collaborates on poetry programs in television and radio, he's film and show experience collaborator and in newspapers as a columnist. He founded and directs the Center of Contemporary Poetry of the University of Bologna and the magazine clanDestino. His recent volumes of essays are “Nell’arte vivendo” prose e versi su arte e artisti" (Marietti 2012), “Contro la letteratura” (Bompiani 2015) and "L'allodola e il fuoco - Le 50 poesie che mi hanno acceso la vita" (Nave di Teseo, 2017) , and "E come il vento" around the Giacomo Leopardi's poem "L'infinito" ( Fazi, 2019) He is a playwright and a translator from Baudelaire, Rimbaud, Péguy and others. In prose he published "E se brucia anche il cielo. Guerra e amore di Francesco Baracca" (Frassinelli 2015)  "Gesù, un racconto sempre nuovo", (Piemme 2013) and for young adults and kids in prose "Se tu fossi qui" (San Paolo,  Andersen prize 2016) and "I bambini nascondo come le poesie" (Rizzoli 2011), and poetry of "Le parole accese" (Fabbri 2012)
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