Eugenio Cardi, writer, lives and works in Rome.
He has published nine novels to date, published in Italy and abroad (France, Spain, Canada, Argentina). His works - all based on a path of psychological introspection or inherent themes of strong social relevance - have been presented on numerous occasions by names of excellence from the national and international panorama of the academic, culture and journalism world (Paola Gassman, Emanuela Panatta, Franco di Mare, Mariella Venditti, Irene Ferri, Sandro Petrone, Dr. Pompeo Martelli, Hon. Paola Binetti, Hon. Aldo Di Biagio). His qualifications have often been presented in an academic setting. Among them, Irene F. Diario di una Borderline (Irene F. Diary of a borderline), a novel of social denunciation against the phenomenon of child sexual abuse, premiered at the Italian Press Room of the Chamber of Deputies in May 2011 and subsequently on 25 February 2016, at the Senate of the Italian Republic.
Graduated in Political Science from the University of Perugia (political-social address), Eugenio Cardi has gained over the years a long experience in communication in the non-profit sector, in particular in the areas of prisons, minors in difficulty and immigration. He took part in the work of the Permanent Council of the Municipality of Rome for penitentiary problems and the Asylum Table, he was the Institution and Head of the Creative Writing Laboratory at the Regina Coeli Roman prison and was a member of the CRC Group, Working Group for the Convention on the Rights of the Child, led by Save the Children.