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Matteo B. Bianchi

Matteo B. Bianchi was born in 1966 in the province of Milan. He has published two novels with Baldini Castoldi Dalai: Generations of Love (1995) and Fermati Tanto Così (in its second printing), and a memoir, Mi Ricordo, for Fernandel. His stories have appeared in numerous magazines as well as in the anthologies Men on Men (Mondadori, 2002) and Patrie Impure (Rizzoli, 2003). He is the author of the story and screenplay for the short film Volevo sapere sull'amore (I'd Like to Know about Love), which won the Audience Favorite prize at the Berlin Interfest in 2004, and was later acquired for public broadcast on Italian television's Channel 5. For five years he has edited and served as co-creator of the radio program "Dispenser," carried daily on RAI Due of the Italian national broadcasting network. He has collaborated with such magazines as Vogue Italia, Vanity Fair, and Linus and manages his personal webzine of creative writing, 'tina. More information about the author is available at his website:

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