Presenting “Romanzo Popolare”, my second novel

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Centro Polivalente ‘Mons. G. Britti’, 27th February 2016 , Pescara, Italy

From left to right Daniela D’Alimonte, Lucia Guida, Umberto Braccili and Edmea Marzoli

(Photo by Luciano Onza)

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Rossella Circeo’s Pottery Studio, 12th March 2016, Pescara, Italy

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” Primo Vere ” Fair Trade Emporium in Pescara,  Italy, 19th March 2016

Ilaria Grasso and Lucia Guida talking about “Romanzo Popolare”

(Photo by Lucio Vitullo)

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“Caffè Letterario Notturno Sud” in Bologna, Italy, 9th April 2016

Angela Di Bartolo introducing Lucia Guida’s ‘Romanzo Popolare’

(photo by Daniela Biagini)

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Libreria Coop, S. Giovanni Teatino (Ch) 15th April 2016

Arianna Di Tomasso and Lucia Guida introducing  “Romanzo Popolare”

(photo by Erika Panichi, Libreria Coop bookseller)

 

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Salone del Libro 2016 , Turin – 14th May 2016

(ph. credits: Cristina Lattaro)

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‘Mercoledì d’Autore’, Gran Caffè Cigno, Chieti Scalo (Italy), 1st June 2016

with the authors Alessio Masciulli and Angela Iezzi and Luigi Di Leonardo, Mondadori Bookstore bookseller

( photo by Alessandra Zaccagnini)

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(shot by Cristian Palmieri)

FLA 2016 – XIV Edizione del Festival delle letterature dell’Adriatico, Pescara, 13th November 2016


Presenting my book with Arianna Di Tomasso, Premio Aurum and Settimo Senso International Film Festival Art Director and Creator

 

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‘Buone Feste con i libri’

Gran Caffè Cigno

Chieti Scalo, 21st December 2016

Lucia presenting herself

(photo by Alessio Masciulli)

 

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“UnLibroInUnQuartoDora”

Rosadonna Festival 2017

Pescara, Aurum, Sala Barbella

 

Presenting my novel with Gianni Totaro, poet

(photo by Flora Amelia Suàrez Càrdenas)

27th May 2017

” (…) for one writes only half  the book; the other half is with the reader (…)”

‘Si scrive soltanto una metà del libro, dell’altra metà si deve occupare il lettore.’
Letter to Cunninghame Graham (1897), Joseph Conrad

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