MULTIVERSE

Notes on writing, and beyond. Interconnected worlds. Science and arts, spirituality and magic, fantasy and reality.

THE AUTHOR

About Debora Montanari. Last works and news. Biographies and photos. Contacts; info@deboramontanari.com

FICTION

Speculative Fiction, SF, Fantasy, Thriller & Horror in movies, books and in all artistic works. From around the globe. For all ages.

FRINGE FILES

The author's point of view. Conferences, projects, articles, researches. Debora's work outside her books.

 NOVELS

  Title   Publisher   First edition  
  The Moon of Chrysos   Edizioni Della Vigna   2018  
  The Dragons of Chrysos (new edition)   Edizioni Della Vigna   2018  
  The Dragons of Chrysos (eBook)
  Edizioni Della Vigna   2011  
  The Moon of Chrysos   Elara   2009  
  The Dragons of Chrysos   Perseo libri   2007  

 

SHORT-STORIES

  Title   Appears in   Publisher   Year  
  From the ashes of dark   i sogni di Cartesio
  Edizioni Della Vigna
  2013  
  Vertically, Along the Curve   il mistero dell'ottavo piano   Elara   2009  
  What is a Harley-Davidson?   futuro europa n°50   Elara   2008  
  Alien Zoo   futuro europa n°49   Elara   2008  
  Snowglobes   futuro europa n°47   Perseo libri   2006  
  Promised Land   futuro europa n°45   Perseo libri   2006          

 

LIMITED EDITIONS

 Title  Appears in Number 
copies
Publisher  Year  
The Moon of Chrysos novel     30 Edizioni Della Vigna 2018  
Vertically, Along the Curve il mistero dell'ottavo piano   600 Elara 2009  
What is a Harley-Davidson? futuro europa n°50   500 Elara 2008  

 

STAGE PLAYS - collective work

Title   Genre   On stage
 Stage production Year  
It is not a moon!   science-fiction
  December 2013 Calix-Centro21 2013  

 

ARTICLES

  • “How to create demand for the European Speculative Fiction in Europe?” (you can read it here)

    Cristian Tamas, collaborator of the European fiction portal Europa SF, asked the author Debora Montanari to propose her personal ideas regarding the position of European Speculative Fiction in Europe

  • “When the aliens came to Italy they did not land, they were teleported: the new Italian Science Fiction” (you can read it here)

    An answer by writer Debora Montanari to the article: “Flying Saucers Would Never Land in Lucca: The Fiction of Italian Science Fiction” by professor Arielle Saiber, Bowdoin College - Brunswick, Maine (USA)