Tullio Avoledo

Tullio Avoledo, born in 1957, « for three quarter from Friuli and German for the rest» works in a legal office in a bank in Pordenone. In 2003 he debuted with L'elenco telefonico di Atlantide, Forte Village Montblanc winner - as emerging writer of the year. After Mare di Bering, Lo stato dell'unione, Tre sono le cose misteriose e Breve storia di lunghi tradimenti, in 2008 he published La ragazza di Vajont and L'ultimo giorno felice, dealing with hot issues such as eco mafia. In 2009 he published L'anno dei dodici inverni, a story of love and time travels, a finalist for the Stresa Prize and Premio dei lettori di Lucca winner in 2010. Un buon posto per morire (2011) written together with Davide Boosta Dileo was followed by Sci-fi post-apocalyptic Le radici del cielo (2012) and La crociata dei bambini (2014) linked to the editorial project Metro 2033 Universe by the Russian writer Dmitry Glukhovsky. In 2018 he published the dystopian novel Furland®, in 2020 the Sci-fi noir Nero come la notte, winner of the Scerbanenco Prize, and in 2021 Come navi nella notte.

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