Fabrizio Dall’Aglio

Fabrizio Dall’Aglio was born in 1955 in Reggio Emilia. He has published: Quaderno per Caterina (with an etching by Arnoldo Ciarrocchi, Libreria Prandi, 1984) Versi del fronte immaginario (with an etching by Franco Rognoni, Libreria Prandi, 1987), L’idolo sorridente (with six drypoints by Gianni Stefanon, Mavida, 1994), Hic et nunc (with a note by Mario Luzi, Passigli, 1999 – Premio “Eugenio Montale” and Premio “Il Ceppo Proposte”), La strage e altre poesie 1975-1982 (with a  postface by Valerio Nardoni, Il Girasole, 2004 – Premio “Città di Penne”), L’altra luna (with a note by Mario Specchio, Passigli, 2006 – Premio “Camposampiero”), Colori e altri colori (with a postface by Paolo Lagazzi, Passigli, 2014). His books Hic et nunc and L’altra luna has been translated into Spanish by Sarah Pelusi and Taller de Traducción Literaria de la Universidad de La Laguna and published by Huerga y Fierro (2008) and by Igitur (2012). In 2013 he received the price “Giuseppe Pisano” for his poetry. He lives in Reggio Emilia and in Florence where he works as a publisher and as a printdealer.