Progetto Babele

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Progetto Babele is a literary magazine established in 2002 by Marco Roberto Capelli.[1] The magazine can be bought in paper format or downloaded for free as a PDF file.

In 2007, the magazine started an audiobooks section on its website, where it is possible to download dramatized versions of some of the short stories published in the magazine.[2]

Progetto Babele's website is multilingual, with sub-sections in English, French, and Spanish.

Notable writers that have contributed to Progetto Babele include: Corrado Augias, Valerio Evangelisti, Michael Hoeye, Fernando Sorrentino, Tullio Avoledo, and Arturo Pérez-Reverte.[1]

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