A journey into the words and imaginary landscapes of Andrea D'Anna’s Il Paradiso delle Urì.
A live reading from Il Paradiso delle Urì (Feltrinelli 1967), the novel written by D’Anna in 1966 en route through Verona, Marrakech, Zagora, Agadir, Tangier, Fez, the Toumliline Abbey in Morocco and the Balearic island of Formentera.
With Alessandro Manca, the scholar and researcher of underground Italian poetry in the Sixties and of the American Beat Generation, and editor of the 2020 reprint of Il Paradiso delle Urì in Stampa Alternativa’s ‘Le Strade Bianche’ series.
Recording, mix & mastering by Andrea Viti.
Video by Silvia Alfei.
Artistic & executive production by Andrea Viti, Alessandro Manca, Silvia Alfei.