Inspired by Arthur Schnitzler’s eponymous play, Merry-Go-Round is a cycle of ten episodes, each featuring two teen protagonists, one of whom will reappear in the following, episode and so on. The characters are typical teens, looking for love and trying to figure out their place in the world: they stumble, fall, and pick themselves back up while arguing, telling fibs, and revealing the most secret sides of themselves. Missed appointments, love triangles, secret stories, parties, suspected pregnancies: here are the intensely-felt everyday lives of a group of 16-yearolds, depicted with delicacy and thoughtfulness.
Foreign rights manager: Andreina Speciale, firstname.lastname@example.org; Rebecca Mombelli, email@example.com
Sergio Rossi - illustrations by Agnese Innocente
Sergio Rossi (1970) works in publishing with several different tasks. He wrote graphic novels and fictions, he translated essays and comic books and he’s in the editorial board of a school books’ publishing house. He’s director of magazines and literary festivals. While doing that, he also graduated in Physics.
Agnese Innocente (1994) was born loving drawing and reading. She published her first graphic novel in 2018 (Dieter è morto, by Shockdom) and has recently illustrated the graphic novel transposition of Il Meraviglioso Mago di Oz, by Mondadori. She is finalist for the 2019 Boscarato prize. She works as colorist and illustrator in Italy and abroad.