Windows on the World is a profound and eye-openinglook inside the worlds of writers and areminderthat the things we see every dayare woven into our deepest selves.
Matteo Pericoli was born in Milan, where he graduated from the Polytechnic School of Architecture. He moved to New York in 1995, where he has worked as an architect, illustrator, author, journalist, and teacher. He now lives with his wife and daughter in Turin, Italy, where he teaches architecture to creative writing students at the Scuola Holden. His books include Manhattan Unfurled and The City Out My Window.
Los Angeles Review of Books
"At their best, the drawings and texts in Windows on the World make writers real and human...while still leaving room for mystery and fantasy." Shelf Awareness
"A diverse, fascinating collection." Library Journal
"[Windows on the World] is a great read for those interested in the lives of writers, lovers of memoir, and anyone with a touch of wanderlust. A fun conversation starter and introduction to writers from around the world."