Born 25 years ago in Milan, once the high school finished she left the grey hometown to live a long roman holiday while she studied Foreign Languages and Literatures at the "Sapienza" University. After having survived a nine-months Erasmus in Berlin and having gone to Milan to conduct a writing workshop in prison, she finally decided to devote herself to her love for French culture. She moved to Paris, where she is now finishing a Masters in French Literature. Her research focuses on the writer François Bon, in particular on the interaction between his writing and digital space. Although she has always been attached to the materiality of the paper book, she is getting more interested in digital technologies, where she argues that new possibilities for the literature are hidden. This conviction took her to Madrid, to join the IP for European Digital Literatures.
The first edition of the Erasmus Intensive Program "European Digital Literatures" was hosted at the University Complutense in Madrid from June 25 th to July 13 th, 2012.