Just after six months "Oggi mi sa che muoio" is sold out and is being reprinted by Mondadori.
All over the world, for every baby about to be born, there is a tale
waiting for him. And the tale will be different for every culture, but
all of them have the same desire to talk to the baby about the life that
has just welcomed him, and the same load of love, fear and tenderness.
16 tales from all over the world, presented in Italian as well as the
original language .
Pietro, 18 years old, lives in Rome and volunteers in a charity hospital and school center in the hard neighbourhood of Tor Bella Monaca, where he is a creative writing teacher for kids. Here he meets Jasmina, a young gipsy girl, and falls head over heals. But the distance between their world is just too great. Family feuds and their uncommunicating cultures force them to keep their passion concealed. A love story told by a sweet as well as deep voice, a tale that blossoms unexpectedly amidst the very heart of Italy's capital.
"When I played a few
notes on my sax, the
children all spun
A careful evaluation about the rom population of Italy as seen by a touring musician. Written by Carol Sudhalter it can read opening the enclosed file.
Tuesday April First, at 7.20 PM, following the GR1, Taccuino Italiano in its weekly magazine appointment with the culture interviews Jole Severi Silvestrini. Taccuino Italiano is the program of RAI International whose ingredients range over the literature, to music, to the science, without forget the social truth, Internet and other curiosities. You can hear on satel radio the voice of the writer interviewed by Alessandra Tocci aboard the train Rome -Naples on occasion of the Galassia Gutenberg event.
Saturday 8 March Gabriella Sanna, sociologist and responsible of the intercultural services of the libraries of the municipality of Rome has introduced at the Griot’s Cultural Emporium bookstore in Trastevere the multiethnic Rome guide. In the course of the evening, that has seen the presence of about 40 people, took part the Ethiopian cultural mediator Tzehainesc Cahsai, the anthropologist and president of the immigrated women association Pilar Saravia, and Jole Severi Silvestrini. Journalist Giulio Cederna has led.
The editorial board of Leggere:tutti has selected the candidacy of Jole Severi Silvestrini in order to go up on the train of Gutenberg Galaxy in departure from Rome to Naples next 29 March. The same travel will be also a chance for the presentation of the books, and for a comparison between the authors and the readers, all joining by the same passion. The initiative already realized with success in 2007 ha the sponsorship of the Lazio Region, the Province of Rome, the Municipality of Rome and the Municipality of Naples. This Year the introduction will be coordinated by Paola Saluzzi e Guido Barlozzetti into the train car conference.
A sundown really unusual that passed at the field “Casilino 900”, one of the biggest gypsies camp in Rome, together with the nomadwriter Najo Adzovic the author of the book "The invisibile people".
The evening placed in the event "Pluns and Slums" organized by the faculty of architecture of the University of Rome 3 and by Marco Brazzoduro, Professor to the Faculty of Statistics Sciences of the University of Rome "La Sapienza" and Social Political teacher, has seen the presence of approximately 50 people between adults and children gathered around the fire of the nomad camp of via Casilina, while Najo told its history of emigrant forced in Italy after being escaped from the Yugoslavia at the beginning of the civil war, for having left to go fifteen young bosniac people, its fellow soldiers, refusing to execute the order to kill them.
An event to the standard of the ethnic and cultural aggregation between one of the most large gypsy's community in Rome and university professors and students of some European universities. In the course of the evening it has been also the projection of movies "Tears of memory" of Julia Zafferino and "Non tacere" and has seen the presence of Don Roberto Sardelli and Francesco Gori. The evening has been concluded with the night's passing in camper of the foreign students.
Broadcasted by RadioAlt, the italian webradio directed by Massimo Villa, the book review published on number 728 of "The International" weekly magazine.
RadioAlt is an italian web radio aimed at the entertainment and the information on the cultural consumptions. Born in October 2004 for initiative of Massimo Villa, historical voice of the Italian radiotelephony, RadioAlt proposes every day a musical selection that visits various worlds and kinds
following the criteria of the beauty, the facility and the variety.
RadioAlt is web a radio that looks after the great world of the books and of the authors and supplies information on the publishing and cultural italian and international panorama.
Online book is the web area in which monthly it can be read single chapters of the new book titled "Other people's mail". You can read the chapters one and two clicking on the right column.
This section has been made for english speaking people and it is being updated by Carol.
Jole Severi Silvestrini and "La Farandola" cultural association will be together starting next months in order to promote knowings of arts near the roman suburbs. The cultural movement "The Farandola" was born in 1995 following to the join of a group of artists near the school of master painter Massimo Franco, subsequently in 2006 it has delivered up the Cultural Association.