Cristina Bacchilega and Jennifer Orme, eds., Inviting Interruptions: Wonder Tales in the 21st Century (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2021)
Luca Sarti got a Ph.D. in Literary, Linguistic and Comparative Studies at the University of Naples “L’Orientale”. His doctoral thesis in Anglophone literatures, I fairy tale irlandesi nelle raccolte del terzo millennio: identità, trasmissioni, nuove narrazioni, focused on Irish fairy tales collected and (re)told in the new millennium for both children and (young) adults. His major research interests include speculative fiction, popular culture, audiovisual translation, and media, postcolonial, and gender studies. He has presented academic papers in Italy, England, Ireland, and Scotland. His published works include journal articles and book chapters on fairy-tale adaptations, Marge Piercy’s novel Woman on the Edge of Time, and Deirdre Sullivan’s books. He is a journalist since 2018 and the director of the sci-fi and fantasy scientific journal ContactZone (AISFF). Currently, he teaches English language, literature and culture – as well as World literature – at high school and Università degli Studi della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”.
Anglistica AION: An Interdisciplinary Journal
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