During the last month, Alessandro Giardino has been touring his novel Sindrome di Caravaggio (Magmata 2021) around Italy and Europe, with presentations and signing events in Milan, Faenza, Rome, several venues around Naples, and even Seville in Spain. Among the libraries and museums that have invited the author, it is worth mentioning Italy's largest bookstores and publishing conglomerates Feltrinelli and Mondadori, PAN ( Museum of Contemporary Art in Naples), Libreria Calusca/City Lights - partner of the famous bookstore in San Francisco -, and historical or cutting-edge Café-Bookstores such as LettereCaffè in Trastevere, Rome and El Viajero Sedentario in Seville. Giardino has met hundreds of readers and even offered a presentation in English for Saint Lawrence students in our Sorrento partner program.
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