Martha moved to Rome after graduating in Media and Photography Technique. She continued her studies at the IED and at La Sapienza University with a Masters in Publishing and Writing. She works as a photographer focusing between her own projects, as “NO Nothing Out”, self-productions, photojournalism and on commissions. In 2015 she contributed to the foundation of the project Sundays Storytelling, for which she manages the photography section as a photo editor.
Lucia studies law in Messina. She has always been drawing and painting as a self-taught, working on a commission basis. A few years ago she started to experiment with photography, and her pictures have been exposed in collective exhibitions her hometown. She has been involved with Sunday Storytelling since the project was founded as a photographer and as a referent for the photography section.
Gloria Di Bella
Gloria graduated in Media Techniques and Photography in 2016, in Messina. She is currently doing a postgraduate course in Performing Arts Science. She gained a scholarship to attend a workshop on photo feature, sponsored by National Geographic Italia. She works on a commission basis as a photographer, designer and painter. Gloria has been working for Sundays Storytelling as a photographer and photo editor since the project has been founded.
Andrea is the founder and curator of Sundays Storytelling, founded in 2015. He is also the editor and curator of Sundays Storytelling’s column Gli Istanti. After having completed his studies in Arts between Italy, Spain and the US, he moved to Rome to work in the publishing industry. He currently works in a bookshop. Andrea wrote various short stories and poems for Lahar Magazine, Nazione Indiana, Sundays Storytelling, Stanza 251 and many more.
Antonio is currently attending the second year of his Masters degree in Publishing and Writing at “La Sapienza”, in Rome. He graduated in Communication Sciences at the University of Salento; he wrote a thesis about cross-media narrative processes. He published a collective book, Moving Landscape, within a project led by Luca di Meo aka Wu Ming 3 and organized by the association Bollenti Spiriti. He also won several prizes with some of his stories. He occasionally collaborates with Radio Caos as a feature writer. He is part of Sunday Storytelling as an editor and curator for the column “Le Briciole”
Giulia earned a Bachelor's in Modern Literature writing a dissertation about the poetess Sibilla Aleramo, who inspired her to continue her studies and to attend a Masters in Publishing and Writing at La Sapienza University. She collaborates with Radio Càos. She wrote some short stories and poems for Sundays Storytelling for which she is also an editor and curator for the column about poetry “Le Ossa”
Mauro graduated in Engineering in Milan, but in the meantime he had a completely different kind of ambitions in mind. He moved to Rome after having spent of two years studying how to work in the publishing industry. He joined Sundays Storytelling in 2016, for which he curated the column “Le Rupi”. He worked in a publishing house. His short stories and other works appeared in Sundays Storytelling and RockIt. He curates a blog since 2012.
Federica Di Mattia
Federica is passionate about language, linguistics and communication systems. She earned her degree in Literature between Messina, Pisa and Cordoba, specialising in Linguistics. She is currently writing the dissertation for her Masters degree. She is an editor and collaborates with Sundays Storytelling since September 2015.
Francesca graduated in 2013 in Communication Sciences at the University of Milan. During her years in Milan, she became more interested in journalism and in the publishing industry. She then moved to Pisa to attend a course in Electronic Publishing in the I.T department. She did an internship in a publishing studio in Milan. She collaborates with Sundays Storytelling as an editor.
Gaia graduated in Music at the University of York and she is currently doing a MA in Contemporary Music Studies. She regularly writes poetry which are set into music by composer Roger Marsh. Her practice is concerned with translation theories, and in her work she often combines words and poetry with sounds and music. In 2015 she contributes to the foundation of Sundays Storytelling; she started the translation section for which she was an English translator.
Gaia now curates the musical suggestions for the stories published every Sunday.
Alessandra Lo Duca
Alessandra graduates in Foreign Languages in Messina in 2012; in the same year she moves to Padova to attend a Mater Degree in Modern Languages for international communication and cooperation. For her thesis she realizes the Italian subtitles of the Spanish movie “El laberino del Fauno”. Alessandra collaborates for a while with a web community which provides subtitles for TV series. From 2015 she works in the field of linguistic education abroad. She starts collaborating with Sundays Storytelling from the beginning, first as a translator for English and Spanish, then also as a coordinator of the group of translators.
Cecilia studies Russian and translation. In 2015 she earned a Bachelor's in Translation and Linguistics, she is specialised in English and Russian as sectorial languages. She travels between Rome, Messina and Russia, where she attended some courses at the MGU in Moscow and at the SpbGU in Saint-Petersburg. She translates in Russian for Sundays Storytelling since January 2015, and she coordinates the translation section of the project.
Marialaura graduated in Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano. Thanks to the Erasmus Programme, she lived in Madrid for a year, where she rediscovered the love for languages and for handmade and practical works. Marialaura currently lives in Turin where she has been attending various courses in scenography. She is interested and passionate about bamboo as a construction material.
Francesco graduated in European Languages and Literature in Pisa. Thanks to the Erasmus project, he had the opportunity to study in Munich for two semesters where he decided to stay and start a Masters degree in in Cultural and Cognitive Linguistics. Since January 2016, he collaborates with Sundays Storytelling as a translator from Italian to German.
Ketty graduated in Linguistic Mediation at University of Messina in 2011. In 2012, she moved to Birmingham, in the UK, to study translation and English teaching. She currently works as a Localisation Manager in the creative agency of a car manufacturer. Since 2015, Ketty collaborates with Sunday Storytelling as an English translator.
Martina graduated in Foreign Languages in 2015. She continues her studies attending a Masters in Language and Translation at the Roma Tre University. In 2014 and 2016, she attended a Russian course in Moscow and Saint-Petersburg as an exchange student. She works as a translator in a ONLUS working in French speaking Africa since 2012. She joined Sundays Storytelling as a translator and as an editor of French texts in October 2016.
Francesca graduated in Legal Studies at the University of Ferrara. She is passionate about languages (English, French and Spanish in particular, which she studied at school). Since 2015 she lives and works in London. She is currently collaborating with a few online projects, including GlobalVoices.org and with Sundays Storytelling since 2016.
Giulia graduated in Rome in 2015, she is now studying for her master's degree. She loves languages, photography and travelling. Her ambition is to become an interpreter and translator. She collaborates with Sundays Storytelling since 2016.
Liudmila is a journalist and PhD student from Moscow. She graduated in Journalism at the Moscow State University. She has been an assistant editor of Russia Beyond The Headlines (Italy). She collaborates with Sundays Storytelling as a Russian editor.
Arianna earned a Bachelor's degree in Biotechnologies in Messina. She then moved to Parma in order to attend a Masters degree. She is passionate about photography and creative writing. She is part of Sundays Storytelling from the start of the project.
Carla attended a course in Scenography at the Academy of Fine Arts in Reggio Calabria. She is currenly studying at DAMS at the University of Messina. She worked as a scenographer for various theatrical perfomances and short films. Since 2015 Carla collaborates with Sundays Storytelling.