Italy has acquired Umberto Eco’s 30,000+ volume library of ancient and modern books. Learn more about the late author’s vast collection.
Need something new to read? Here’s an ever-growing list of Italy-related cookbooks, coffee table books, and nonfiction published in 2021.
Many of the conventions that we accept as “normal” today were originally invented in Venice. A new book takes us on a journey through Venetian thought and innovation.
“Your Renaissance” by Maura Garau mines the lives, loves, and art of the Renaissance to help you live your best life.
‘La Tragedia: An Italian Immigrant’s Quest for Justice’ by Elissa DeNunzio is based on a true story. Read an excerpt.