What dreams will you dream?
2020 was a year in which talking about dreams was a bit harder than at other times. The truth is that these are the instances in which we need to identify our dream. I started writing when I was eleven, and I did not stop throughout my whole adolescence, not even in my darkest moments: writing was my happy dream, irrespective of what the world could tell me, irrespective of what I was writing. I loved fantasy because of all genres it is definitely the one closer to daydreaming, but with time I have learnt that dreaming dreams is good, but working to achieve them is even better. The dream I wish for everybody is to act in order to bring reality closer to their fantasies and ambitions. Which, admittedly, is not easy, but if we can really learn something from dreams, it is that there is no arrival point, the best part is actually creating them. They are our instrument to plan reality and not to allow ourselves to be swept away by the flow. Rather than escapist excuses, they could therefore be a way to remind our life: this is me! If I had to imagine something to help us overcome this difficult year, I would like to see people not only still stop to dream, but working to get closer and closer to living their fantasies.