The novelist, poet and dramatist Giacomo Sartori was born in 1958 in Trento, Italy. He is an agronomist specializing in soil and has worked with international development agencies in a number of countries. He has published seven novels and four collections of stories as well as poetry and texts for the stage. Sartori's novel Sono Dio, written as God's diary of existential crisis after falling in love with a human, appeared in Frederika Randall's translation, I Am God, in 2019. Several stories from his collection Autismi appeared in Massachusetts Review and an excerpt from L’Anatomia della battaglia appeared in The Arkansas International no 2, all in Randall’s translation. Sartori is an editor of the literary collective Nazione Indiana and contributes to the blog www.nazioneindiana.com. He lives between Paris and Trento.