It’s Wimbledon time. In between matches, why not giving your attention to some interesting sport literature? Sandro Veronesi, one of the most respected Italian contemporary writer, will be back at the Italian Cultural Institute to present his latest books, both related to the world of sport:
Un dio ti guarda (2016), a moving authobiography where the author reminds us the sport’s educational value.
Smash. 15 racconti di tennis (2016), a collection of short stories about tennis written by some of the most important Italian contemporary authors: Sandro Veronesi, Elena Stancanelli, Sergio Perroni, Valeria Parrella, Edoardo Nesi, Marco Missiroli, Carmen Llera Moravia, Matteo Garrone - Edoardo Albinati, Giorgio Falco, Mauro Covacich, Leonardo Colombati, Matteo Codignola, Guido Brera, Mario Andreose, Fulvio Abbate.
Sandro Veronesi, born in Florence in 1959, is an Italian novelist, essayist, and journalist. He published novels, essays, one theatrical piece, numerous introductions to novels and collections of essays, interviews, screenplay, and television programmes.
The event is free but you must register here.