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The Institute for Creative Writing and Literary Translation at Rome's John Cabot University presents a reading by Robert Ward on Friday 21 February, from 18.30-20.00.Born in Maryland, Ward began his career as a journalis...
Rome's Keats-Shelley House presents a reading of John Keats's Love Letters to Fanny Brawne, at 16.30 on 14 February, in honour of St Valentine's Day.Organisers are offering a "thoroughly romantic afternoon, sipping...
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The VII James Joyce Conference in Rome takes place at Università Roma Tre from 6-7 February. Entitled James Joyce: The Recirculation of Realism, the conference is being hosted by the university's Department of...
The Almost Corner Bookshop in Trastevere hosts a Meet the Author evening with Rome-based writer Charles Lambert on Wednesday 12 February at 18.30. Lambert will present his latest novel set in Rome, The View from the T...
Rome's oldest Irish pub announces competition winners The Fiddler's Elbow has announced the winners of its short story competition "Pub Life", which was launched earlier this year. The competition was open to entries...
The Keats-Shelley House presents a talk on John Keats, Percy Bysshe Shelley and the Rossetti family by Dinah Roe on Friday 6 December at 17.00.Roe is a senior lecturer in 19th-century literature at Oxford Brookes Univers...
Author Matthew Kneale will be reading from his new non-fiction book An Atheist's History of Belief, Understanding our most extraordinary invention at the Almost Corner Bookshop on Friday 22 November at 18.00."Matthew K...
Author Janice Graham talks about her forthcoming historical novel based on Mary and Percy Shelley at the Keats-Shelley House on Friday 15 November at 17.00. Graham is a New York Times best-selling author and screenwr...
St Stephen's Cultural Center Foundation presents Hot/Chaos Poetry &/in Translation featuring Moira Egan's Hot Flash Sonnets and Damiano Abeni's Caos, Pendole, Cocomeri on 19 November at 19.00."As her title...
The Centro di Studi italo-francesi presents the launch of Cento domande a scelta multipla di John Ashbery, an Italian translation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning American poet's One Hundred Multiple-Choice Questions, by&nb...
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The S. Susanna English language lending library in Rome is holding one of its popular book sales on Wednesday 9 October from 15.00-18.00. The library's coordinator Tonia White told Wanted in Rome that the majority o...
Rome's Keats-Shelley House presents Last Secret of the Shelleys?, a talk by Oxford-based author Lynn Shepherd on Saturday 28 September at 17.00.Shepherd's talk pertains to her new mystery novel A Treacherous Likeness&nbs...
Plautilla is a public lending library, located in Rome's Monteverde district, where people are free to give, take away or swap second-hand books. Users can donate any type of book, with the exception of textbooks, old en...
English American author Caroline Lawrence, best known for The Roman Mysteries series of historical novels for children, presents How to be a Best Selling Author. In her lecture, Lawrence shares her experience as...
As part of the Keats-Shelley House programme of events related to the ongoing exhibition Ladies in the Spotlight (9 Sept-22 Nov), Professor Susan Miller, from Tokyo Sport Science University, presents two talks:20 Sept. T...
Rome's oldest Irish pub The Fiddler's Elbow has extended the deadline of its short story competition by a month, from 30 July to 30 August, with the winners being announced in October. The competition is open to entries...
There are two interesting cultural events happening soon at Rome's Keats-Shelley House. On Thursday 20 June at midday, eminent scholar Prof. Julie Codell of Arizona State University discusses the influence John Keats...
The Age of Doubt by Andrea Camilleri The latest chapter in Camilleri's hugely popular Sicilian crime novels, starring Inspector Montalbano. When Montalbano encounters a strange woman who expresses interest in a yac...
The Institute for Creative Writing and Literary Translation at Rome's John Cabot University presents two readings by Writer in Residence Jhumpa Lahiri. The first reading by the award-winning writer takes place at John...
The Fiddler's Elbow in Rome celebrates Bloomsday on Sunday 16 June, beginning at 10.00. The capital's oldest Irish pub presents readings in English and Italian, followed by a special Joycean lunch nearby at The Old Ma...
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