Gabriele Tinti on Poetry and Boxing

Gabriele Tinti. Photo credits: Howard Schatz

Gabriele Tinti. Photo credits: Howard Schatz

Gabriele Tinti is an Italian poet and writer, whose poetry has been extensively inspired by the ancient-art form of boxing.  He is moved by solitude and tragedy, which inspires him to write rhymes that have been presented at the Queens Museum of Art, the New York Poetry Festival, South Bank Centre and the Museo Nazionale di Roma.  ...

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