TheCoevas official blog Strumentisti di Parole/Musicians of words
This COEVAL loop is born from authors’ intimate necessity to communicate, to reflect about novel’s atmospheres, to lead to new intersections and to sound new soundings.
Welcome to observe this blog river’s stream in constant motion. We consider words’ instrumentalists and we choose a daily presence in the global village. COEVA is born as a symphony’s score, modulating and arranging idioms. Conjugated artistic languages. The blog itself is a work of art: crucible of visual arts, reflections, theatre, interpretations and staves; confluences of new concepts and stimulations.
Fiorella Corbi (Iridediluce)
Fiorella Corbi is born in Salerno in the Seventies. She graduated in Science Education, lives and dwells in Tuscany since 2002. She is always particulary interested for fantasy, classical music and opera, singing, theatre, cinema and painting. She loves and studies philosophy, and since many years she writes lyrics. Coeva is her first novel.
Maria Pia Carlucci
Maria Pia Carlucci is born in Foggia in the Sixties. She transfers to Rome to study Law. She dwells there and works as teacher. Versatile actress, she played comedy and dramatic roles. She has been speaker at Radio-Roma and hosted a theatre column interviewing actors of international fame. She hosted a magazine of theatrical and movie review within a TV program at a local TV. She reputes a greedy reader of psicology assays, Oriental culture, poetries and Nineteenth Century’s Literature. She loves to paint portraits and is particulary interested to the cinema collection. She makes her debut as writer with Coeva.
Maurizio Verdiani is born in Rome in 1960 where he lives and works. He frequented the Modern Literatures Faculty. He is considered a multivalent artist, always prone to experimentation; he exposed as painter in several art-galleries in Rome, in Italy and abroad. He realized digital works, web sites, CD and cooperated as video-artist in several performances. He professes music and is particulary interested to policy, sport, zoology, literature, philosohy, history, cinema. In 1993 he published a book of lirics entitled Blahin’, edited by Fermenti Editrice. He makes his debut in narrative with Coeva.
Stefano Capecchi is born in Rome in 1980, where he actually lives. He graduated in Humanities, he followed classes of dramaturgy, film director and screenplay. He is an eclectic actor, having played a large range of roles. His interests are: Italian and English literature, anthropology, history of art, folklore, aesthetics and mediology. His favourite authors are: Pirandello, Goldoni, Beckett, Ionesco, Pinter, Molière, but his great love is Shakespeare, whom he translated many plays. He makes his debut as author.
A sensorial documentary film on the upcoming novel “IO” by The Coevas
Lover of the the vice to the new and elated of intimate and inner power of communication
Prophetess of new sceneries authors of new advantageous creativities
Mother of new ideologies in every artistic form
Strong-willed of imagination and model of inscrutable masterpieces
Pretentious beyod the veils of creativity’s rampant funeral and proud of her feeling
Artist by generative idea, in which idea, concept and continuous art’s sprouting, may be recognizables as Chinese Whispers: recognizables but intriguings
Artist capable to work to work on several fronts: on the Work and on its frame
Free from social and cunning ordinary conjectures
Beyond the definite and ephemeral capable to live the delight in every form and structure; the ability to wind into wet air, accessory to the lecherous strenght
Disposed to the artistic comparison and charm, to the intimate and spiritual quest
Maria Pia Carlucci, Fiorella Corbi