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I want to dedicate my posts to what I define “Viral Storytelling” – I wish to talk about narrative, its inherent characteristics and what makes it work and thrive.

The first thing I can say about myself is that I have been in love with storytelling since I was a small child.

Julia Dream is a sci-fi novel set in a dystopian future.

Professionally I like to think of myself as a gardener – I work with seeds of ideas so that they can grow and bloom.

Writing technique: the Zoom. How to add passion and acceleration

Extraordinary Tales – Edgar Allan Poe is now on Netflix

Fantasy, Science Fiction, and the Power of Abstract Thinking

I recently visited the Museum of Leonardo‎ and the Museo Galileo in Florence, two small hidden gems of the Tuscan city.

“I dream I am painting, and then paint my dream”. Vincent Van Gogh

I don’t want to spoiler, but Rogue One seems to speak to us in George Martin’s language and it’s saying: Valar Morghulis.

The struggle at Standing Rock is more than a battle against the Dakota Access Pipeline: it hints at a sustainable future.

The Star Trek franchise is really hard not to love if you are passionate about the genre.

The Wolf Leader by Alexandre Dumas makes the author one of the first to draw the figure of the werewolf in modern literature.

A private affair is a book that breaks your heart, repeatedly.

I had the chance to work closely on a game App, Colliderscope. This is kind of the fulfillment of a childhood dream, combining my love for art and technology.

A tribute to Harper Lee and Umberto Eco through an analysis of their novels.

Lifeline takes the storytelling atmosphere of 80 Days and injects it with extra emotional appeal by simulating a real-time conversation with our hero.

In Star Wars The Force Awakens along with quotes from the past, we find more diversity, and a new take on the classic Light/Dark Side dualism.

What I saw in Paris in the wake of November 13th.

If the South with its warm colors and bucolic landscapes evokes the concept of Beauty, the North calls upon the visionary power of the Sublime.

Wir haben Zeit, “we have time”. This simple phrase has become a symbol for the poetic of Arvo Pärt.

I didn’t wake up thinking I would write a post on 9/11. I don’t like anniversaries, especially not this one. And then I started writing.

The four cardinal points spell out ancient tales, with archetypes shared between many of the cultures of the Northern hemisphere.

The question sounds strange, I know. You would expect a “What is Europe”, not such a personal pronoun, who…