Gianni Truvianni (born 21 May 1967) is a Polish-Italian author and photographer, who apart from having written 21 books which are currently available as e-books on Amazon kindle has written hundreds of articles on a variety of subjects. All of which can be found on the internet on a hundreds of websites.
Truvianni was born in New York City to immigrant parents from South America of Spanish and Italian descent. Gianni taking his paternal grandmother's last name "Trobbiani" (which he altered the spelling to make it sound more international) as his penname. Truvianni through out his live has lived in many places which he was forced to call home. Truvianni in fact having made his first trip from New York to Genoa Italy where he lived with his paternal grandparents until their move to Peru in 1969. Truvianni even being fortunate enough to survive the devastating earthquake which destroyed the house he was living in in 1970. The burst of the window in this house being his first memories from childhood. Truvianni lived in Lima, Peru till the age of five when he traveled back to New York and it was then that he learnt the English language which prior to his move to the US had been one which had rarely if ever had any contact with.
Truvianni would spend his following years traveling back and forth between South America, Europe, (specially Italy and Poland and the United States till in 1994 he decided to move to Poland where he is currently living and has not been back to the US ever since his departure in 1994. Truvianni has recently renounced his American citizenship in favor of Polish citizenship.
Truvianni spent many years in Poland working as a private teacher of English As A Second Language (ESL) in which he not only gave private lessons to thousands of students among which were several Polish celebrities such as Piotr Rubik (composer), Ewa Kasprzyk (actress), Agnieszka Michalska (actress), Ewa Sałacka (actress), Marek Żółtkiewicz (former executive of Hoop Cola).Truvianni developing special relationships with Rubik who was even his next door neighbor in Warsaw from 2000 till 2004 as well as Ewa Kasprzyk, for whom he translated Almodovar's "Patty Diphusa" and even wrote a play for which he entitled "My Son-In-Law". ("My Son-In-Law" can be found as part of the book “Adventures In Plays And Short Stories” (Murder, Romance, Eroticism)
Truvianni however did not start writing in earnest till the year 2004 in which he started his first book which he entitled "New York's Opera Society". This being a book which he commenced not so much with the intensions of publishing as a book but a way of getting his ESL students interested in reading in English. Many of his students constantly asking him what they could read if they wished to amplify their vocabulary prompting Truvianni to write a story which he felt could help them learn more words in English. "New York's Opera Society" eventually growing in to a book which Truvianni published in 2008 yet did not receive any profits from given that his royalties were not paid out by the American self-publisher he chose. It however was the success and popularity of this book (many chapters of which were published on the internet) which inspired Truvianni to begin a career as an author. Truvianni also publishing several articles in places like Ezinearticles on a variety of subjects.
2008 would be a very prolific year for Truvianni in which he would go on to start and complete "Love Your Sister" (a story inspired by the German incest couple Patrick Stübing and Susan Karolewski), "What Should Not Matter" (A Lesbian Romance) (main character inspired by the Mexican singer Bibi Gaytan), “Adventures In Plays And Short Stories” and “A Japanese Christmas In New York”. These books however were not published till 2013 when Truvianni at the request of a friend decided to publish them in PDF format on Amazon kindle.
Truvianni's Works In Spanish, Italian and French
Though most of Truvianni's work is in English, it was in 2011 that Truvianni decided to make use of his knowledge in Spanish, Italian and French by writing a series of poems which are now available on Amazon.
Truvianni is currently living with Hanna Kępka to whom he has been married since 1997. Truvianni and Kępka having only one child whom they named Paulina Marina (born 12 February 1998).