Sabrina Morelli was born and lives in Rome. She has achieved classical studies and then legal studies. She has never practiced law. On the contrary, she has always been passionate about computer science, but writing is what she likes more than anything else. She is the mother of two beautiful boys and, unfortunately, a widow since September 2020. After the death of her father and the illness of her husband, she started to write poems, thoughts, and reflections and has always been accompanied by a love for literature and philosophy in general, especially towards authors and philosophers such as Sappho, Plato, Boudelaire, Alda Merini, and Anais Nin.
It was only in 2019 that Sabrina found the courage to debut her poetic compositions and deep reflections on her Facebook page. She has been invited by several poetry groups that have awarded her literary prizes, and in 2020, she was appointed by Antonello Di Carlo, currently her friend and mentor, administrator of the group "L'isola della poesia" and coordinator of the new anthology translated into English entitled: That word called love. Her involvement and participation did not stop here but proceeded with other and new anthological-literary projects of international scope as Pages in the world. She is currently a radio presenter on Radio Studio 107 Milan and writes for ASI Spettacolo and Alessandria Today.
Sabrina's poetry is not only purely sensual; on the contrary, it is also very varied. She writes about any feeling that arouses great emotion, ranging from a passion for loving to happiness to pain, symbiotic with her mood. Sabrina's primary purpose is to communicate her feelings and share them with those who follow and appreciate her. Currently, she has several projects ready to be published in her drawer.
Here's our brief interview with this bestselling co-author of Me and Them, Ms. Sabrina Morelli:
What is this book all about? Who are your target readers?
I can tell you running my part called "She, Sabry," in which I represented my being a poet by filtering it through the ugliest and the most beautiful moments of my life. The reference readers are all fans of sensual and sapphic poetry.
What makes it different from the existing books on the market?
Meanwhile, the fact that despite being written by six hands, it acts as a single sylloge. I would add that all three authors were almost on the same wavelength.
Please share your journey writing this book. Who has been your inspiration? How long did it take you to finish it?
Meanwhile, the fact that despite being written by six hands, it acts as a single sylloge. I would add that all three authors were almost on the same wavelength. Then above all, it can produce delightful vibrations both at the mental and the bodily level. It is a journey of emotions, feelings, and introspective pain. I was inspired by great female poets of history such as Sappho, Anais Min, and the Latin writer Catullus. I began about eight months ago to write the subject sylloge.
What do you hope your readers or your target community will get from reading your book? I hope that reading this book will transfer the same spiritual pleasure to readers that I experienced.
What is your vision for this book?
It is an amazing book. I feel it is very much mine because I decided to write all my emotions through my verses.
What are your future projects and endeavors?
I will soon publish a poetry collection entitled From body to soul, and I hope to write an erotic novel with my friend and mentor, Antonello Di Carlo.
Please invite them to buy your book.
Buy Me and them because I assure you that you will discover all that I have tried in reading it... you can discover myself by stripping me of every unnecessary garment of hypocrisy behind which they hide the false moralists.