Dario Solera


Breaking stuff apart: that's what Dario did in his childhood. Not because he was a mean boy, but because he wanted to know what was inside and how it worked. Peeking inside seemed the right thing to do.

So he ended up studying Information Technology and doing all things digital, from soldering components together to building complex distributed software systems. He now leans more toward the intangible world of ones and zeros flipping around in the cloud. Software tends to be the most malleable artifact of human inventive, and that fits Dario perfectly.

And then he noted that something was amiss, so he started writing. Mind you, he has always loved writing, since when he was in primary school, but he has started doing it seriously--purposefully--a few years ago.

When he's not jotting down bits to form words, sentences, and concepts, he works as a Software Development Manager at an Italian cloud computing company. He loves sci-fi (quite obviously) and Formula 1. Oh, and good Italian food.

Where to find Dario Solera online


Lisa and Me: A Short Story
Price: Free! Words: 2,560. Language: American English. Published: January 4, 2019. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General, Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
(4.50 from 2 reviews)
We've been sent in space to search for signs of life - other than human, that is. I'm in charge of the mission, and clones help me to keep this wreck of a spaceship running. In exchange, I look after them. They tend to be fragile. But not all clones are created equal, and that is my problem.
La percezione equivoca
Price: Free! Words: 35,090. Language: Italian. Published: September 20, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - multi-author
Quante volte i sensi ci ingannano? Tra realtà e illusione, otto racconti — dal noir rocambolesco alla narrativa psicorelazionale, dalla fantascienza al comico — per esplorare l'universo ingannatore dei sensi. Cosa si nasconde dietro ciò che percepiamo? Autori: Antonella Bavetta, Serena Cappelli, Filippo Guzzi, Dario Solera

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