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Saturday, October 12 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Words Around the World: I Am God, A Diary of the Almighty

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Sponsored by Center for the Art of Translation and Babro Pro Suecia Foundation
Co-presented by Italian Cultural Institute of San Francisco

Italian author Giacomo Sartori discusses his diabolically funny novel I Am God, the Almighty’s diary of the existential crisis that ensues when, inexplicably, he falls in love with a human. In conversation with writer/translator Sara Marinelli. Coffee provided by Bluestone Lane. FREE, $5-10 suggested donation

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Sara Marinelli

Sara Marinelli grew up in Naples, Italy, and lives in San Francisco. Her writing appears in New American Writing, Blue Mesa Review, Sparkle and Blink, and several Italian publications. She teaches Comparative Literature at the University of San Francisco, and hosts an Italian music... Read More →

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Giacomo Sartori

The novelist, poet and dramatist Giacomo Sartori was born in 1958 in Trento in the Alpine northeast of Italy near the Austrian border. An agronomist, he is a soil specialist whose unusual day job (unusual for a writer) has shaped a distinctive concrete and poetic literary style. He... Read More →

Saturday October 12, 2019 4:30pm - 5:30pm PDT
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