Luca Brunoni

Littérature, Reading, Roma/online

Entrance: via Liguria 20

Littérature, Reading

Entrance: via Liguria 20

The event will be held in Italian at Istituto Svizzero, via Liguria 20, Rome and online on zoom. 
Free entrance, register here.
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Young Swiss literature: Luca Brunoni

Luca Brunoni is a young voice in Swiss literature. He writes in Italian, one of Switzerland’s four national languages, and at this meeting he will present his latest two novels, Silenzi and Indelebile. With plots studded with secrets and mysteries, Luca Brunoni captures the reader’s attention and with great suspense keeps it in suspense until the end.
With Silenzi, whose French translation was also published in 2023, he won the 1st Premio Leggimontagna 2020, while for Indelebile he received a merit mention at the 2022 edition of the Scritture di lago competition.
In this occasion, the author reveals how he discovered his passion for literature and explains the particularities of his literary production. He offers the audience a chance to immerse themselves in the stories of his characters, transporting them to different places in Switzerland.

The presentation is moderated by Andrea Malagamba.

Literary event organized by the Embassy of Switzerland in Italy and Istituto Svizzero, in collaboration with Biblioteca Europea, as part of the Europa in Circolo initiative of the Rome section of EUNIC (European Union National Institutes for Culture).

Luca Brunoni was born in Lugano, Switzerland, in 1982. He has a degree in law and literature and works as a professor in a university school. He lives between Lugano and Neuchâtel and writes novels, short stories and screenplays. His first novel, The Sky of Tomorrow, was published in 2016 (Fontana Editions). It was followed by Silences in 2019 and Indelible in 2021 (both Gabriele Capelli Publisher).