Claudio Morandini was born in Aosta, Italy, in 1960.
Since 2006, after years of creating and writing radio comedies, he has started dedicating himself to the novel (among the first titles, Le larve, 2008; Rapsodia su un solo tema – Colloqui con Rafail Dvoinikov, 2010) and to short stories, appeared in many magazines and anthologies. He has also written children’s literature (Le maschere di Pocacosa, 2018) and unusual mountain stories (Snow, dog, foot, 2015-2021, Premio Procida – Isola di Arturo – Elsa Morante 2016; Le pietre, 2017; Gli oscillanti, 2019; La conca buia, 2023), he has explored the edge between reality and fantasy and experimented with different forms and genres (A gran giornate, 2012; Catalogo dei silenzi e delle attese, 2022).
His books have been translated into several languages.

Claudio Morandini is represented by the agency Otago (

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