Text: he returns to Florence from 24 to 26 February

Testo: a Firenze torna dal 24 al 26 febbraio

Testo returns to Florence with a new edition from 24 to 26 October at the Stazione Leopolda. In seven stages it will be narrated how a book is born

Testo, a literary festival hosted in Florence, is back again this 2023, at the Leopold station, from 24 to 26 February. The event will allow not only to get closer to the world of books, but to see and understand just like it is bornintroducing all the phases from conception to placing on the market; each stage will be presented in a dedicated station, for a total of seven stages. The event will see many guests Italian publishing realitieswho will each present during the event a careful selection of the best titles they have published, in order to enhance each single proposal in the eyes of visitors and leave not only a pleasant but also a constructive memory of the event.

Text: he returns to Florence from 24 to 26 February

Text Firenze: the program of the stations

As already mentioned, the presentation of the life of a book will be presented in seven stages, in each of which the editors and curators, in collaboration with the publishing houses, will present texts. Here is the path with the relative representations:

  • The manuscript – how to write a book, edited by Luca Briasco (Minimum Fax)
  • The flap – how to publish a book, edited by the author Andrea Gessner (Nottetempo)
  • Translation – how to translate a book, edited by Beatrice Masini (Bompiani)
  • The sign – how to draw a book, edited by Giovanna Silva and Chiara Carpenter (Humboldt editions and Sanrocco Magazine)
  • The story – how to talk about a book, edited by Leonardo Luccone (Oblique)
  • The bookstorea – how to sell a book, edited by Maddalena Fossombroni and Pietro Torrigiani (Todo Moro bookshop)
  • The reader – how to read a book, edited by Riccardo Ventrella (Teatro della Toscana Foundation)
  • Il full program it is also available on the official website of Testo Firenze.

    This 2023, just like the previous year, promises to be full of literary events. Today, for example, the Altamura LiberFestival ends.