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Malcolm Angelucci is a writer, poet and Honorary Fellow at the University of Melbourne. He has been based in Italy since 2022.

He works on early twentieth-century literature and aesthetics, late twentieth-century theater (Carmelo Bene, Dario Fo and Franca Rame), and Voice Studies; areas in which he has published regularly in international journals, particularly in the English-speaking world. See, for example, the volume Words Against Words: On the Rhetoric of Carlo Michelstaedter, (Leicester, Troubador, 2011) and the interdisciplinary project and ebook Voice/Presence/Absence: Interdisciplinary Studies on Voice in the Arts and Humanities (UTS and .Press 2014).

In 2013 he was one of the founders of the interdisciplinary collective of artists Illimine, through which he developed his artistic practice in the field of expanded poetry and performance writing, with works in Australian and international contexts, including Spazio Taverna in Rome (2022; 2023 ), MACRO Rome (2019), Immigration Museum and International Writers Festival Melbourne (2018), Performance Arcade Festival Wellington, NZ (2017), and a solo exhibition at Palazzo Lucarini Contemporary, Trevi (2015). He is the author of poems (Brennerei, Le loup des steppes, Paris, 2017), translator and writer though commissions. His latest book in Italian, Franca Rame ha vinto il Nobel, written with Stephen Kolsky, is out for Mimesis Edizioni.