Paolo Guiducci, graduated in philosophy, is a journalist and editor-in-chief of the magazine II Ponte and is editor in chief of the magazine Fumo di china and Annuario del Fumetto e del cinema d’animazione.
He has published numerous essays on comics and organized exhibitions on artists and themes related to comics and animated cinema.
For years he has been the organizing director of Cartoon Club, a festival for which he takes care of, among other things, meetings with authors and has invented Fumetti on the Beach.
He writes a column on animated cinema and comics for Radio Icaro, the radio network of the city of Rimini.
He has written and/or edited numerous volumes, most of which have been published as part of cartoon club’s publishing activity, such as the sold-out Amori di carta, Nostra Signora dei misteri, I misteri italiani di Martin Mystere (together with his wife, Francesca Cevoli) and Vittorio Giardino: un italiano a Parigi.
He is also one of the curators (with Gianni Brunoro and Enzo Linari) of Indagini ad alto rischio: Nick Raider, the catalogue of the homonymous exhibition that took place in Certaldo.
Among his most recent works, we can remember: Lupo Alberto: un simpatico lupo d’autore, La fede a strisce: l’elemento religioso nel fumetto (together with Stefano Gorla), and Carta Canta: la musica nei fumetti, i fumetti nella musica (with Davide Barzi and Stefano Gorla) and the book (with the exhibition) Fumetti subacquei (La Mandragora) with Loris Cantarelli and Faustolo Rambelli.
He created the Premio Fede in strisce with Stefano Gorla, and passionately curates (together with David Barzi) the shows Lupi, topi e tragici eroi: the Holocaust in comics and comics.