Amelia Rosselli

Amelia Rosselli (1930-1996) is one of the most important experimental Italian poets of the twentieth century. Born in Paris, she lived in England and the United States before settling in Rome in 1950. First trained as a composer and organist, she turned to writing in her early twenties. Her books include Variazioni Belliche (1964), Serie Ospedaliera (1969), Documento (1976), and Impromptu (1981).