Marcello Fabbri is a contemporary Italian author and poet born in Florence, Italy, where he lives and writes.Fabbri graduated in jurisprudence. He fought in World War II and has recorded much of his war experience, which affected him deeply, in his work.In 1970, Fabbri lost his sight in an auto accident. Much of his verse is dedicated to the transcendence of the experience.In 1998, Fabbri was appointed President of the Florentine Chamber of Poets (Camerata dei Poeti) in the tradition of the Florentine Camerata. He is an Academic of the MUSE. Giorgio Bàrberi Squarotti is among Fabbri's colleagues to reference his works.With Florentine council members Anna Balsamo, Duccia Camiciotti and others, Fabbri organized literary salons and presentations to honor his contemporaries, poets such as Mario Luzi.His published works range from poetry to prose of various genres and topics, including epic, lyric, and metaphysical philosophy.