Pope Francis (Jorge Mario Bergoglio) was born in 1936 in Argentina. In 2013 he became the first Jesuit Pope as well as the first Pope from the New World.
Diana Nikolova works as translator and publisher. She founded Via Lettera Ltd. back in 2014. Author of four collections of folk stories, among which 'Folk Tales and Fables From Bulgaria' and 'Myths
Douglas Rushkoff is American media theorist, writer, journalist and lecturer. He was named among the ‘ten most influential intellectuals in the world’, according to MIT.
Jessica Adams began her astrology career at Elle magazine and has since written horoscopes for international editions of Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue.
Benedetta Craveri is an Italian writer, literary critic and professor in French literature at the University of Naples 'Suor Orsola Benincasa'. She has written a number of monographs and studies.
Jenny Valentish has been a music journalist for 20 years, first in the UK, then in Australia. Her creative biography is punctuated by stints as a music publicist, a guitarist and a bassist.
Fabio Genovesi was born in 1974. He lives in Forte dei Marmi, Tuscany. He is the author of four novels - Versilia Rock City (2008), Morte dei Marmi (2012), Esche Vive (2013), Chi manda le onde (2015
Michele Ponte is 26, he was born and raised in Rome, Italy. Apart from being a writer, he has also worked as a journalist. 'Diary of a young psychopath' was published in December 2011.