Michele Bordoni

- Italy -

Michele Bordoni, born in the Marche (Italy) in 1993, graduated from the University of Padua with a thesis on the work of Mario Luzi, is a doctoral student in Italian literature at the University of Cagliari, where he studies the relationship between images and words between the Renaissance and the Baroque, with a focus on Giambattista Vico. As a poet he published Gymnopedie (2018), winner of the Opera Prima Prize at the Guido Gozzano competition in 2019, second place at the Premio Solstizio in the same year. Some of his texts are included in the anthology Abitare la parola (Ladolfi, 2019) and in the international magazine Gradiva. He collaborates as editor for some online magazines, such as Nuova ciminiera and Atelier.