“New Page – Narrativa in store” is a literary movement in store, founded by Francesco Saverio Dòdaro in Italy (Lecce) in 2009. Dòdaro propose in “New Page” the novels of 100 words to be displayed in shop windows (narrativa in store, novels in store). Subsequently, “new page” opens collections of “poetry in store” (of few words) and “theater in store” (of 100 words). At this movement have joined many international authors: Francesco Saverio Dòdaro, Teresa Maria Lutri, Elisabetta Liguori, Francesco Aprile, Mauro Marino, Antonio Palumbo, Rossano Astremo, Elio Coriano, Serena Stìfani, Giuseppe Cristaldi, Vito Antonio Conte, Stefano Donno, Giuliano Ingrosso, Lea Barletti, Francesco Pasca, Marianna Massa, Erika Sorrenti, Alessandra De Luca, Ennio Ciotta, Dino Levante, Domenico Ingenito (Italy); Bartolomè Ferrando, Patricia Aguilera Arroyo (Spain); Victor Jacono (Malta); Elvira Cordileone (Canada); Ayham Agha (Syria); Ahmed Hamed Ahmed (Egypt); Vanessa Bile-Audouard (France).
The novels of hundred words are printed in the formats “35×50 – 50×70 – 70×100” and are applied on crowner (cardboard panels used in advertising). They’re not sold. Their circulation is free. Can be read in the shop, that’s where they are exposed.