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Spotlight On Writers – Stefano Polo

Spotlight On Writers

Stefano Polo



  1. Where, do you hail from?
From Sant Eusebio on the hills of Genoa, (Italy). A very nice green place where I have now been living with my family for over thirty years, and for some time with my partner Luisa and my cats Sissi and Staple. Also, it is a place, where if I can suggest to live, because it is a quiet place as I like it.
  1. What is the greatest thing about the place you call home?

Home for me is everywhere. I define myself as a citizen of the world, however as far as I am personally concerned home for me is tranquility, safety, family, friendship, affection, memories and many things, even the place where I often write, where I concentrate and I’m inspired to write. In short, home has different meanings for me.

  1. What turns you on creatively?

Excitement is maybe a big word but my inspiration comes from moods. It can be sadness, happiness, despair, love. I think it’s common to many writers this type of thing, the mood does a lot in my opinion when one writes and I think that the greatest satisfaction is when you can transmit it.

  1. What is your favorite word, and can you use it in a poetic sentence?

There can be many words, however, my favorite love always smells of poetry, ola in particular as hope. There is not a single word for me, there are many words that know of poetry, however, returning to the beginning my favorite is love, in fact many of my lyrics are about love.

  1. What is your pet peeve?

My biggest gripe is that technology supports feelings. I don’t accept it.

  1. What defines Stefano Polo?

I am a man, an ordinary person like many, who has his frailties, his strengths, his passions, and his interests such as poetry, football, cinema, dogs, love for his partner Luisa, her affections, friendship and her values ​​in which she deeply believes in.

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