Andrea Tarabbia is a writer and teaches storytelling at the Scuola Holden. He graduated in foreign
literatures at theUniversityofMilanand holds a PhD in literary theory from theUniversityofBergamo, where he also worked as a researcher in comparative literature.He is the author of the following novels: La calligrafia come arte della guerra (Transeuropa, 2010), Marialuce (Zona, 2011),
Il demone a Beslan (Mondadori, 2011), La ventinovesima ora (Mondadori, 2013), and Il giardino delle mosche (Ponte alle grazie, 2015). His other publications include the
edition and translation of Michail Bulgakov’s Diavoleide (Voland, 2012), the essays La patria non esiste (Il Saggiatore, 2011) and Il cimitero degli anarchici (Franco Angeli,
2012), and the reportage La buona morte (Manni, 2014).