Andrea Inglese (1967) lives near Paris. He writes in verse and prose and translates from French. He has taught Italian literature and language at the University of Paris III and has a Ph.D. in Social Sciences from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes.  Among his publications, the novel Parigi è un desiderio (Ponte Alle Grazie, 2016; finalist of the Naples Award 2017 and winner of the Bridge Award 2017) and the collection of essays La civiltà idiota (Valigie Rosse , 2018). Inglese has published several books of poetry, including in English translation the volume Letters To the Cultural Rehabilitation of the Unemployed (Patrician Press, 2017). He is one of the founders of the literary magazine Nazione Indiana and was part of the editorial board of Alfabeta2