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Salvatore Angius (Lanusei, 27/5/1980) is an Italian poet, winner of the international Contest Simòn Bolivàr in 2015.

Son of an officer of the Carabinieri, from his childhood he visited all Italy with his father. The peasant grandfather was a Sardinian popular poet who dabbled in Georgian poetry. At the “Nunziatella” Military School in Naples he met Professor Claudio Ferone, a Latinist and a Greek artist, Who later influenced his formation, directing him definitively towards poetry.



Dialogues with the wind

Between the bowels sigh my thoughts / fed by moments of intense love / and burning moments, for vigorous incense. / Never have you been bold in your emotions / because I am a bulwark and not a prisoner / of that daring and proud spirit of a poet / with a wounded heart and a never calm soul "

  • Genre: Modern and contemporary narrative
  • Flexible cover: 68 pages
  • Publisher: Antonio Stango Editore (15 March 2017)
  • Price: 10,00€

The wolf said to the moon

A small universe of the eternal moment that binds the feelings of a tormented soul to its door of infinite space, where to mirror one's own heart.

  • Genre: Modern and contemporary narrative
  • Flexible cover: 68 pages
  • Publisher: ilmiolibro self publishing (30 January 2012)
  • Price: 16,50€


Salvatore Angius a Radio Vaticana

Streaming online interviews on Radio Vaticana hosting Salvatore Angius You can listen to the sardinian poet interview clicking the links below • La mela di AISM - In piazza per la lotta alla sclerosi multipla (Ascolta Audio) 1 Ottobre 2018 • Salvatore Angius contro la sclerosi multipla armato di poesia (Ascolta Audio) 18 Agosto 2018