Pino Roveredo Obituary, Death – Pino Roveredo, a writer, passed away unexpectedly in the evening at the age of 69. Following a protracted bout with illness, he was admitted to the Pineta del Carso facility for a short stay there. His passion to writing was geared toward helping people who were disadvantaged in some way and suffering from illness. Despite a childhood that was plagued by significant issues within the family, he published his first book, Capriole up the hill, in 1996.
In this book, he also discussed his history with alcoholism. In 2005, the Campiello Award was awarded to “Send me to say” in recognition of the author’s literary achievements. Throughout the years of 2014 and 2018, he served as the protector of the rights of people who had their personal liberty taken away. He worked as a journalist and a social worker for over twenty years, and he also worked as a street worker. Previously, he had worked with alcoholics who were undergoing treatment, and then he became an educator for individuals who were underprivileged.
The detainees at the Fvg, as well as the people who used the Cim and the Sert, all of Trieste, received writing instruction from him. In addition to that, he coordinated the activities of the municipal addiction authority for the municipality of Trieste in the year 2001. In terms of his contributions to literature, he was awarded not only the Campiello Prize but also the Predazzo Readers’ Prize, the Officina Literary Prize, and a number of other accolades.
A Laughing Full of Windows, Caracreatura, The Crow’s Song, and My Father Chose Berlinguer are just a few of the many books that he has penned that have been commercially successful. In addition to the aforementioned works, he is the author of numerous other novels. His literary works have been adapted for the stage a great number of times, making his theatrical engagement another one of his many active pursuits. In 2021, he ran with the Punto Franco citizen list in the election for a seat on the municipal council in Trieste. You should leave the family as well as a huge audience of readers who are emotional.