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Pablo Ayo

Fabio Calabrese was born in Trieste in 1952, graduated in philosophy, high school teacher, married, two children. A scholar of the Celtic world, he was one of the most active contributors to the "Celticworld" site with over 150 articles published. A science fiction and fantastic fiction writer, she has several national and international publications, both as narrator and essayist. In 2000 he set up the webzine "Continuum" together with Roberto Furlani. His books include Silver Eyes, science fiction anthology published by Perseus Books, In the Temple of Bokrug and other Lovecraftian stories, just to name a few. He has also collaborated in the drafting of the two world dictionaries of John RR Tolkien, the 1999 Rusconi Dictionaries and the 2003 Bompiani Dictionaries. His novel The Crystal Horizon has reached the top five finalists for the 2015 Urania Prize, and was published by Edizioni Scudo in 2016. In 2017, again at the Edizioni Scudo, he published the novel Uomini e sauri, which combines science fiction with themes drawn from Irish legends.

Fabio Calabrese

Fabio Calabrese was born in Trieste in 1952, graduated in philosophy, high school teacher, married, two children. A scholar of the Celtic world, he was one of the most active contributors to the "Celticworld" site with over 150 articles published. A science fiction and fantastic fiction writer, she has several national and international publications, both as narrator and essayist. In 2000 he set up the webzine "Continuum" together with Roberto Furlani. His books include Silver Eyes, science fiction anthology published by Perseus Books, In the Temple of Bokrug and other Lovecraftian stories, just to name a few. He has also collaborated in the drafting of the two world dictionaries of John RR Tolkien, the 1999 Rusconi Dictionaries and the 2003 Bompiani Dictionaries. His novel The Crystal Horizon has reached the top five finalists for the 2015 Urania Prize, and was published by Edizioni Scudo in 2016. In 2017, again at the Edizioni Scudo, he published the novel Uomini e sauri, which combines science fiction with themes drawn from Irish legends.

Denise Cannas e Alessandro Severi

Fabio Calabrese was born in Trieste in 1952, graduated in philosophy, high school teacher, married, two children. A scholar of the Celtic world, he was one of the most active contributors to the "Celticworld" site with over 150 articles published. A science fiction and fantastic fiction writer, she has several national and international publications, both as narrator and essayist. In 2000 he set up the webzine "Continuum" together with Roberto Furlani. His books include Silver Eyes, science fiction anthology published by Perseus Books, In the Temple of Bokrug and other Lovecraftian stories, just to name a few. He has also collaborated in the drafting of the two world dictionaries of John RR Tolkien, the 1999 Rusconi Dictionaries and the 2003 Bompiani Dictionaries. His novel The Crystal Horizon has reached the top five finalists for the 2015 Urania Prize, and was published by Edizioni Scudo in 2016. In 2017, again at the Edizioni Scudo, he published the novel Uomini e sauri, which combines science fiction with themes drawn from Irish legends.

Massimo Cenni Aes Torkoi

Fabio Calabrese was born in Trieste in 1952, graduated in philosophy, high school teacher, married, two children. A scholar of the Celtic world, he was one of the most active contributors to the "Celticworld" site with over 150 articles published. A science fiction and fantastic fiction writer, she has several national and international publications, both as narrator and essayist. In 2000 he set up the webzine "Continuum" together with Roberto Furlani. His books include Silver Eyes, science fiction anthology published by Perseus Books, In the Temple of Bokrug and other Lovecraftian stories, just to name a few. He has also collaborated in the drafting of the two world dictionaries of John RR Tolkien, the 1999 Rusconi Dictionaries and the 2003 Bompiani Dictionaries. His novel The Crystal Horizon has reached the top five finalists for the 2015 Urania Prize, and was published by Edizioni Scudo in 2016. In 2017, again at the Edizioni Scudo, he published the novel Uomini e sauri, which combines science fiction with themes drawn from Irish legends.

Ernesto Fazioli

Fabio Calabrese was born in Trieste in 1952, graduated in philosophy, high school teacher, married, two children. A scholar of the Celtic world, he was one of the most active contributors to the "Celticworld" site with over 150 articles published. A science fiction and fantastic fiction writer, she has several national and international publications, both as narrator and essayist. In 2000 he set up the webzine "Continuum" together with Roberto Furlani. His books include Silver Eyes, science fiction anthology published by Perseus Books, In the Temple of Bokrug and other Lovecraftian stories, just to name a few. He has also collaborated in the drafting of the two world dictionaries of John RR Tolkien, the 1999 Rusconi Dictionaries and the 2003 Bompiani Dictionaries. His novel The Crystal Horizon has reached the top five finalists for the 2015 Urania Prize, and was published by Edizioni Scudo in 2016. In 2017, again at the Edizioni Scudo, he published the novel Uomini e sauri, which combines science fiction with themes drawn from Irish legends.

Muzio Bobbio

Fabio Calabrese was born in Trieste in 1952, graduated in philosophy, high school teacher, married, two children. A scholar of the Celtic world, he was one of the most active contributors to the "Celticworld" site with over 150 articles published. A science fiction and fantastic fiction writer, she has several national and international publications, both as narrator and essayist. In 2000 he set up the webzine "Continuum" together with Roberto Furlani. His books include Silver Eyes, science fiction anthology published by Perseus Books, In the Temple of Bokrug and other Lovecraftian stories, just to name a few. He has also collaborated in the drafting of the two world dictionaries of John RR Tolkien, the 1999 Rusconi Dictionaries and the 2003 Bompiani Dictionaries. His novel The Crystal Horizon has reached the top five finalists for the 2015 Urania Prize, and was published by Edizioni Scudo in 2016. In 2017, again at the Edizioni Scudo, he published the novel Uomini e sauri, which combines science fiction with themes drawn from Irish legends.

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