Teofilo Folengo

I am reading the exhilarating poem “Baldus” by Theophilus Folengo, first published in 1517. It describes the picaresque adventures of Baldus, a peasant boy from Mantua who tries to emulate the Paladins of France’ exploits. It is written in macaronic Latin, i.e. in the dialects of the Po Valley (Mantua, Veneto, Brescia) with a superficial … Read more

someone like comics?

    A comic about nudists? Well… yeah! ‘Cos nudists have adventures too, y’know. Loxie and Zoot just wanna have fun in the sun… au naturel of course… but not if their arch foe Tex Tyler and various other prudes have any say in it. http://loxieandzoot.comicgenesis.com/ Have a nice day! +4

Skinny-dipping in post-war Italy

I am reading “Croniche epifaniche” by the Italian songwriter Francesco Guccini (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francesco_Guccini – born 1940). In this autobiographical book, he describes his childhood spent by his grandparents in the small town of Pàvana (in the province of Pistoia – N44°7’21”, E11°0’6″). The language is a mixture of popular Italian and dialect, not easy to read … Read more

Anthology update

So far, the committed authors to the short story anthology “Murders on a Nudist Colony” are: Paul Z Walker, author of the Naked Crow series, the Mirror Earth series, and many more books [The Netherlands] Will Forest, author of Coed Naked Philosophy, Aglow, and numerous short stories [USA] Ted Bun, author of so many good … Read more

photo book

For my 70th birthday, my wife gave me a photo book made from pictures taken between my birth and this year. It is a beautiful gift that retraces my life. But as she is not a naturist, she put only very few pictures where I am naked. So I made my own naturist photo book. … Read more

Naked European Walking Tour 2012 – Sunday

Sunday July 01. It was sunny and hot when, post-breakfast, we decided to take a short tour near the hut. We left the hut naked and headed down into the valley, past the T-bar ski-lift station below us, before squelching across the mossy ground to the base of the woods on the hillside ahead. Zig-zagging … Read more

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