Andrea Raimondi graduated in European and American Languages and Literatures from the University of Eastern Piedmont, Italy, with a thesis entitled “Vigny traduttore di Shakespeare: Le More de Venise”. He received his PhD in Italian Studies from University College Cork, Ireland, with a research project on the multilingualism of contemporary Piedmontese writers. He currently teaches English in secondary schools around Novara, Italy. He also collaborates with the journal Savej with articles focusing on Piedmontese literature and history. His most recent publications include “Dialetto e identità nei racconti di Beppe Fenoglio” in L’Analisi Linguistica e Letteraria 21 (2013), The Many Voices of Contemporary Piedmontese Writers (2016), and Il multilinguismo degli scrittori piemontesi (2018).