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Saturday 18 March in the App, Sunday 19 on the newsstands, in view of Danted (25 March), three visual data and articles by Paolo Di Stefano, Chiara Fenoglio, Vincenzo Trione. Then a story by the French author and an interview with the English band
World Poetry Day coincides with the beginning of spring, March 21, a date that symbolizes flowering and hope. A large special dedicated precisely to poetry opens the new issue of Reading, #590, from Saturday 18 March in the App and from Sunday 19 on the newsstand.
The Reading App for smartphones and tablets (downloadable from the App Store and Google Play) offers subscribers a preview of the new issue on Saturday, the archive with all the releases since 2011 and the Theme of the Day, a digital-only daily extra. Subscribing costs 3.99 euros per month or 39.99 per year, with one week free. The subscription can also be subscribed from the desktop starting from this page. For subscribers, the contents are also visible from PCs and Macs starting from their Profile page. Furthermore, a one-year subscription to the App can be given as a gift via the web from here or by purchasing a Gift Card in Librerie.coop.
The voices in the focus on poetry are many, starting with an interview with a young poet and performer, Philip Capobianco, Italian Poetry Slam champion, who talks to Daniele Piccini. And then, the anniversaries of two great poets, Sylvia Plath (1932-1963) and Christine Campo (1923-1977), of which Roberto Galaverni and Emanuele Trevi write respectively. March 25 is also a poetic date: the day Dante's journey begins in the Comedy and from 2020 became the Danted. In the supplement, three visual data by Michela Lazzaroni run through the three Songs identifying characters and quotations; articles by Paolo Di Stefano, Chiara Fenoglio and Vincenzo Trione complete the special.
In the world afflicted by pandemics and wars, a friar, Adrien Candiardhas dedicated a book to reflecting on evil (A few words before the Apocalypse, Vatican publishing house): Annachiara Sacchi interviews him. The introduction of the essay the Theme of the Day of Saturday 18 March in the App de la Lettura. The writer Almudena Grandeswho disappeared in 2021, narrated a postpandemic dystopia ne The big dream (Guanda), released posthumously: Alessia Rastelli writes about it. Among other topics: the graphic novel by Squaz on the Majorana case; a tale of Valrie Perrinof which and/or publishes The notebook of lost love; and the interview by Andrea Laffranchi a Dave Gahan by Depeche Mode ahead of the tour for the new album Memento Mori.
March 17, 2023 (change March 17, 2023 | 19:19)
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