Metodo Srebrenica25 Gennaio 2020
Erodoto 108 – numero 274 Aprile 2020
Perhaps Venice is a dream, a dream in which everyone can discover themselves as being different from what they are, thanks to an ancient contract, bartering desires in exchange for reality. Paolo Ganz
Autore: Paolo Ganz
Illustrazioni: Andrea Longhi
Edizioni: 2 (2019)
Disponibile in ebook.
There is Saverio the madman, the girl in love with the aviator, a famous American actor who upsets the life of a restaurateur, the cats, Bianca and the flood of 1966, a young woman from Marseilles who chases the Master of Malamocco, an old man who lives with the ghosts of his lovers.
A series of characters that, as if in a dream can love and live only in Venice, here following a female city: mischievous and complicitous, opportunist and mysterious. Stories linked by the ephemeral thread of the water of the lagoon, where real and fantastic often mix and no one has anything to object.
PAOLO GANZ Writer, musician and traveller, was born in Venice and since a few years ago, he has lived at Lido, by the Adriatic Sea. He makes up, collects and tells stories; some of these set in his native land. He has also written articles, essays, music and songs. He is also the author of what still remains the first and most complete method for Italian Blues harmonica (Bèrben, 1987). For BEE he published Venice confidential (Venezia complice) and Le finestre di Praga.
SILVIO FERRARI Scrittore e traduttore, ha pubblicato numerosi testi di carattere narrativo e saggistico. Nel 2018 è stato nominato socio corrispondente dell’Accademia croata di arti e scienze, per i suoi meriti nella traduzione e nella diffusione della letteratura croata. Per BEE ha tradotto Cirkus Columbia e Metodo Srebrenica, entrambi di Ivica Đikić, e Il ritorno di Filip Latinovicz di Miroslav Krleža.