The city of Andria will also be present during the 13th edition of the Literary Festival Books in the Ancient Village, which will take place in Bisceglie from 25 to 31 August. There are two Andriese writers included in this program, started by the Borgo Antico Association: Paolo Farina with “One Hundred Paper Coffee” (Et Et Edizioni) and Nicola Giuliani“Journey to Vienna: Giuliani tells Giuliani” (De Ferrari).
And everything is now ready for one of the richest editions of Books in the Borgo Antico. The Literary Festival will involve participants of authors, thirty local and non-local publishing houses, and enthusiasts who will be able to rediscover the pleasure of reading in the narrow streets of the Bisceglie village. There will be six squares in the historic center that will welcome authors and enthusiasts during the days of the review: piazza Castello, piazza Duomo, largo piazzetta, piazza Tre Santi, via Nazario Sauro and the atrium of the Bookstore Mondadori – Vecchie Segherie Mastrototaro.
Paolo Farina will present his book at the Mondadori bookshop of Old Sawmills Mastrototaro Saturday 27 August starting from 21:40 hours. An appointment with Nicola Giuliani Sunday 28th August annex 21:50 in piazza Tre Santi.
The complete program is available on the website www.librinelborgoantico.com. Info at 080.396.09.70.