The exorcism is a writing technique that can be used to free the energy of demons inhabiting our reality and mind, and then pass them to some other body. These tales invoke those intrusive and obsessive presences using words and fiction. They are tales about bits and pieces, told out loud and softly, with fine and thick traces, with the cry full of rage of a possessed man or a prisoner, and with the intimate whispering of naked lovers in the darkness of their bedroom.
They talk about history, but not only. About desire and sex, about craziness and stupidity, about the body and its powers, traumas and sorrows, about love and eroticism, about animals and time, about loneliness and beauty, about the past and the present, about women and men and children, about the brain and its marvelous fantasy, about youth and the end of dreams, about power and politics and the corruption of power and politics, but not only.
They are the exorcisms of strange voices and imaginary lives that the author has lived so intensely as he has lived his own.