Tullio Avoledo was born in Valvasone (Pordenone) in 1957. He made his literary debut in 2003 with the hit novel L’elenco telefonico di Atlantide (Sironi, later Einaudi), and went on to publish fiction with Sironi, Einaudi, Chiarelettere and Marsilio. He won the Premio Scerbanenco 2020 with Nero come la notte (Marsilio, 2020) and contributed to “Metro 2033 Universe”, an international collective storytelling project based around the post-nuclear world imagined by the Russian writer Dmitry Glukhovsky. His books have been translated into many languages. He works in a bank, and also writes for “Corriere della Sera”.
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