As we go through the heart of the summer, we carry on with the publications of our Live Archive that this month introduces the new International Fund of Lunàdigas with two testimonies.
Michael, born in California, tells us of his life and of his being homosexual in connection to having children, how this condition changed a lot over the years and of how many roles one can play even without being a parent. Thirsà, a Brazilian intellectual holding multiple degrees who found home in Cagliari, tells us of her private and working life comparing Italian and Brazilian realities on the question of motherhood.
In addition to the two international testimonies we also hear it from Valeria: mother, psychotherapist and expert of Arcani, she reflects on the right to choose whether or not to have children and on the right, for the purposes of her own psychological balance, to express the plurality of her own self.
On the occasion of the release of Barbie by Greta Gerwig, we propose an extract of the Barbie’s monologue, taken from IMPOSSIBLE MONOLOGUES. The exclusive revelations of 35 legendary Lunàdigas by Carlo A. Borghi (Arkadia editions), in which, thanks to the voice of Tiziana Troja, the most famous doll in the whole world tells about her dream life in yesterday’s Los Angeles? Or is it today’s LA? Being a role model for girls is never an easy task!
Something new also in the Stories section with the latest review by Claudia Mazzilli of A History of My Brief Body by the Canadian poet from the Driftpile Cree Nation (in northern Alberta), Billy-Ray Belcourt.