Marco Pelliccioli was born in Seriate (Bergamo-Italy) on November 25th, 1982. He published L’orfano (The Orphan) with LietoColle-Pordenonelegge in 2016. He won the prize Inedito Colline di Torino in 2015 and was a finalist in Rimini Prize in 2016. His collection C’è Nunzia in cortile (There’s Nunzia in the Courtyard), published with LietoColle in 2014, was finalist in the following literary prizes: City of Como, Mauro Maconi, Mario Pannunzio and was winner of the Alberto Andronico prize in 2015. Vapore metropolitano, published with Albatros in 2009, was awarded third place in the Mario Pannunzio Prize in 2009. He has also published the novella A due passi dal treno with Eclissi in 2015, which received a mention in the 2015 Italo Calvino Prize.
He was awarded a degree in Literature and Cinema by the University La Sapienza in Rome and now works for the publishing company De Agostini.
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