A production of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and storielibere.fm, in collaboration with the Monteverdelegge cultural association.
How does the world that revolves around the book work today? What is the work of a publishing house? And how do Italian publishers look abroad? Alfabeto Italiano, the podcast created by Storielibere for the Farnesina, tells the story of our country’s publishing in 24 words, from the A of Literary Agency to the Z of Zibaldone. Leading the journey to discover the passionate work hidden behind each book is Maria Teresa Carbone, author, journalist and translator, who from time to time meets managers of publishing houses, booksellers and communicators, graphic designers and translators, teachers and illustrators: a journey ideal for two events that see the Italian presence in the foreground, the Salon du Livre in Paris 2023 and the Buchmesse in Frankfurt 2024.
To listen to the podcasts visit the following links:
Link in Italian: https://storielibere.fm/Alphabet-Italiano/
Link in English: https://storielibere.fm/Alphabet-italiano-eng/