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Hometown:
Turin, Italy
About Me:
Hello everybody, i'm an italian guy with a real passion for hard-boiled and crime fiction in general...
I discovered this site today and felt i really had to join, so that i could talk and exchange ideas with someone new (i guess all my frineds are bored of reading books i "suggest" them, and it looks like no one can keep up with my rhythm....) ...
bye for now,
Fabrizio
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Reader, Writer
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Books And Authors I Like:
Raymond Chandler, Dashiell Hammett, Horace McCoy, David Goodis, Richard Brautigan, Chester Himes, Ross McDonald, Jim Thompson, Cornell Woolrich (AKA William Irish), Donald E. Westlake (AKA Richard Stark), Mickey Spillane, Auguste Le Bréton, Albert Simonin, Léo Malet, Georges Simenon, James Crumley, Barry Gifford, Jean-Claude Izzo, Jean-Patrick Manchette, Cormac McCarthy, Lawrence Block, Giorgio Scerbanenco, Ernest Hemingway, Erskine Caldwell, John Steinbeck, William Faulkner, ...
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
J.L. Godard's "Breathless" (a bout de souffle), John Woo's "A Better tomorrow 2", F.F. Coppolas' "The godfather (part 2)", Sam Peckimpah's (or should i say Jim Thompson's) "the getaway" and "Bring me the head of Alfredo Garcia", Ringo Lam's "City on fire", Wong Kar Wai's "in the mood for love" (a bit out of my genre, but i really loved the atmosphere, the use of color, the costumes, the sountrack and all...),Fritz Lang's "The big cold", J Lee Thompson's "Cape Fear" (looks much better than Scorsese's remake...), Howard Hawk's "The Big Sleep", Jean-Pierre Melville's "Bob le flambeur" (a must see---) and "Le samourai", David Lynch's "Wild at Heart", "Lost Highway" and "Mulholland Drive", Fernando di Leo's "La mala Ordina" (a.k.a. "Manhunt"), Sergio Leone's "Once upon a time in America", Jim Jarmusch's Down By Law, Altman's "Gang", "Cansas City", "Cookie's Fortune" (great soundtrack, as usual, plus i really like the live dobro tune that's on the dvd bonuses), "A prairie Home Companion", ....

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Hello everybody, this is my first entry, and instead of opening with greetings, a presentation, and all that kind of old (and still useful...) crap, i decided to open this page with a poll; I'd like to know what you, readers and writers of crime fiction, think about "technology in the fiction"; I tend to leave technology out of what i write as much as i can, and look at old novels with a sort of nostalgia (writers didn't need to be reticent back… Continue

Posted on September 5, 2007 at 7:46am — 3 Comments

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At 10:34pm on February 1, 2009, roger smith said…
Yes it is, thanks. Mixed Blood is coming out in March.
At 10:20pm on February 1, 2009, roger smith said…
Hi Fabrizio -- very cool pictures.
At 7:55am on June 4, 2008, Fabrizio Fulio - Bragoni said…
no i have not... sorry... can't help you about that.
At 7:47am on June 4, 2008, Liam said…
Have you ever been to San Luca in Calabria? I think it's kind of like a residential town, but I'm trying to figure out if it has businesses in it too. I'm writing about the place in my new book. Thanks.
At 3:07pm on May 31, 2008, Fabrizio Fulio - Bragoni said…
Wow... seems great..
At 12:51pm on May 29, 2008, Liam said…
bc no one writes about the 'ndrangheta. nobody. i figured someone should, and that someone should be me. cosa nostra has been done so i just figured i would try something new, y'know. your story is very cool. really interesting that you lived just next door, and that they were seemingly good people.
i like writing organized crime. everything the chinese tongs to the 'ndrangheta and camorra to the irish mob, which is my favorite. i'm even planning organized crime from swedish immigrants in whatever city i end up using.
At 8:44am on May 29, 2008, Fabrizio Fulio - Bragoni said…
well i don't know... what do you wanna know? well, i mean i happen to know someone who is into it, but i didn't really know that they didi till they got stuck in jail, and they still say they were just framed.... I don't really know how to tell you, but to me they looked like very polite and even generous people (they used to live next door, and mine is a two-family house, so i really got to know them) and i couldn't believe all the things that the newspapers said about them...
as for the situation down in Calabria, that I don't know, i've been there several times on holidays (you know the sea is great there) but you can't really see anything about 'ndrangheta... i guess it all just flows under the surface....
where are you from? why sometihng about 'ndrangheta? (it's been a long time since i stopped writing about organized crime... my short stories are all about robbers or immigrants, small thieves and the likes...)
At 12:29pm on May 28, 2008, Liam said…
ya, noir and pulp is what i hear the most. i just call mine good ol' crime fiction, simple as that.
here's another one for you. i'm writing a new novel that features the 'Ndrangheta in San Luca, Calabria. i hear they have some braches in Torino. is that true, and do you any light to shed about it?
At 9:31am on May 28, 2008, Fabrizio Fulio - Bragoni said…
wow... my brother is a roma fan too... i'm not into football very much...
well i guess you are right about the word "giallo" (the word comes from the color of the "giallo mondadori" series which where the italian alternative to pulp fiction and whose sleeve was yellow ). Anyway we now use it mostly for classic mistery novels such as agatha christie's while we say"noir" (and we miss-use the term) referring to hardboiled detective fiction (Chandler, Hammett, Latimer, Bloch) and tough crime fiction (let's say everything from Jim Thompson to Richard Stark)...
at least that's what people does. there are also many crime fiction readers who are starting to call the various branches of the genre with their right names....
At 2:29pm on May 26, 2008, Liam said…
i am a juv fan. like roma better though. in italy, crime fiction is called giallo, right? pretty sweet.
 
 
 

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