Narrative Competition

Martino Ferrario, aged 24, from Cantù (Mi) is the prize-winner of the 11th Caffè Letterario Moak edition, with his story “In case of riot”. The panel was presided by Massimo Carlotto, famous noir writer, dramatist and scriptwriter from Padua as director of the jury, and included writers Gianni Cascone, Guido Conti, Santo Piazzese and Susanna Tartaro. Five final stories have been chosen and only after a careful and accurate selection three winners came out. Martino Ferrario also received the Belgiorno award as youngest emerging writer. The prize was assigned by the brother Donatello Maria Belgiorno. Second prize was won by Mauro Mirci with his story “Considerata l’età” (Considering the age) and third by Luca Brancato with “Coffee break”.

Like every year, all sixteen stories chosen by the Caffè Letterario Moak panel will be published in the anthology “Stories about coffee”.
Go to Caffè Letterario Website

In primo piano

Caffè Letterario 2016
letterario 2016

28.06 With more than 300 short stories arrived from all over Italy, the 15th edition confirms its annual success. Announcement is closed, and now we just wait for the outcome of the panel to see who is going to step on the podium. Cinzia Tani, a woman, will preside over the panel this year.

Moak at Taobuk 2016

01.09 Moak partner of Taobuk 2016, the International Book Festival, which will be held on September 10-17 in Taormina. Coffee will be, once again, an occasion to talk about art and literature. Together with the Grand Hotel Timeo, Moak is going to host some of the events scheduled for September 14th.

Fuori Fuoco 2017

22.07 Laura Seraniwill preside over the 2017 edition of Moak’s international photography contest Fuori Fuoco. Laura lives in Paris, where she has been “Présidente du Jury at the Prix Résidence pour la Photographie de la Fondation des Treilles” – director of the panel for photography at Fondation Les Treilles – since 2015.