Nicola Dal Falco
Nicola Dal Falco was born in Rome in 1957 and lives between Lucca and Umbria. He has written for a long time about travel, between Eastern Europe and the Sahara; he is the author of poems and short stories. He has dealt with and takes care of important companies, cooks and wineries also as a gostswriter. With the Germanist Ulrike Kindl he dedicated himself to the rereading and rewriting of the Ladin myths of the Dolomites, publishing a trilogy, in collaboration with the Institut Ladin Micurà de Rü. His plaquettes and other editions are kept at the British Library, the Ragghianti Foundation and the National Library (Lucca), the Mart Library (Rovereto), the Palazzo Sormani Library (Milan), the Panizzi Library (Reggio Emilia), the Institute Library Ladin Micurà de Rü (San Martin de Tor). He won the 2016 Montale away from home award, travel poetry section.