Davide Amante is a novelist. In his texts, which focus on contemporary life, a strong autobiographical character prevails.
A constant desire for freedom has always led him to travel and develop a direct, authentic, modern writing style.
Scholar in contemporary and modern Italian, American, Russian and French literature, he also has an extended knowledge in in South American literature.
While having mainly travelled inside of himself, Davide Amante has also crossed the Ténéré and other deserts in North Africa, sailed in solitary on a 37 feet sailboat for several months. Among other things he founded a Cetaceans Research Center and he has been sailing instructor at the Centro Velico Caprera.
He studied in American and Italian language schools.
He speaks three languages fluently and is passionate about sailing.
He has worked as an editorial consultant with global publishers.
He taught modern and contemporary literature.
He has written screenplays in American for the film industry.
He collaborated with the University of Milan, at the invitation of the Department of Architecture, teaching students the interpretation and the transposition of the literary work in theatrical and cinematographic stage outfits.
He collaborated with the public school system as a Dialogic Reading expert to bring children closer to reading.