Publications of students
An original formula and a constant commitment have made Ars in Fabula Master an avant-garde course in the international sphere in the artistic and professional training for the publishing. In recent years the Master has given many results with several dozen of published books; a success also confirmed by the continuation of all partnerships between our graduates and their publishers after their debut book. With a hint of pride we like saying that ... our history is written in your books.
“Pollicina” is one of the first fairy tales written by Hans Christian Andersen in the distant 1835. The adventures of the little child, as tall as a thumb, are today renarrated by the tables of the Master graduate Elena Ceccato in her first book, published by the publishing house Carthusia.
A classic of the international literature, this novel by Jacques-Henri Bernardin de Saint-Pierre was written in 1787. Today Eli, a publishing house specialised in teaching foreign languages offers a new edition adapted to didactics, enriched by the delicate illustrations made by the Master graduate Pia Taccone.
Giulia decides to spend the summer holidays with her grandfather. The arrogance of a local bully is the right occasion for the old relative to tell his granddaughter a fact of his life as a young partisan. “Io non ci sto!” is written by Gabriele Clima, expert of narrative for young people, illustrated by our Master graduate Arianna Operamolla and edited by Mondadori in the series Oscar Primi Junior.
Inspired by the life of one of the most prolific writers of her age, “Jane Austen” is a graphic novel written and illustrated by the Master graduate Manuela Santoni and published in 2017 by the publishing house Becco Giallo, involved since his foundation in the distribution of social comics.
The writer Giusi Quarenghi and the illustrator Anais Tonelli are the authors of this modern Psalms collection, dedicated to the ears and eyes of young people. Published by the publishing house Topipittori, specialised from his foundation in 2004 in books for children and young people, “Ascolta. Salmi per voci piccole” is the first publication of the Master graduate Anais Tonelli.
Published for the first time in 1865 in the magazine Epoch, “Il coccodrillo” is a grotesque short story written by the russian writer Fëdor Dostoevskij. Reproposed today by the prestigious publishing house Orecchio Acerbo, it has been brought back to light with the flawless illustrations by the Master graduate Marco Marinangeli.