The short story Tappetina is now available in English as The LITTLE DOORMAID. I have sent 30 copies to print so I can distribute it at the weLead Workshop 14/6. However if you see big mistakes, there is time to print it again. So tell me. I have used https://www.upwork.com/ for the translation, good service.
LITTLE DOORMAID silently got out of the house to go to work without wearing any makeup after having prepared Leti, Eli, Betta and Lalla, her little four nieces that live with her. Inside the elevator, she has turned into DOORY OPENER, mascara, lipstick and Armani pant dress. DOORY OPENER is on a special mission to Turin.
DOORY OPENER has only one precise and quantifiable goal on her mind: she has to save the anti-garbage algorithm. By rescuing it, she will not only save humanity from the garbage but also her doormat friend Sissi from the fear common to the doormat women, the fear of never being good enough.
Thanks to Patricia Lago, Laura Giarre’, Monica Divitini who always act as Door Opener to me when I have my doormat moments. Thanks to professor Reidar Conradi who is my role model for gender and internationalization issues and not only. Thanks to Geir Øien for believing in weLead. Thanks to all NTNU weLeaders, especially to Laura Georg, Anniken Karlsen, Soudabeh Khodambashi, Birgit Krogstie, Kirsti Elisabeth Berntsen, Anna Mavroudi, Sofia Papavlasopoulou, Katja Maria Abrahamsson, Katina Kralevska, Kerstin Bach, Anne Elster, Özlem Özgöbek, Faegheh Hasibi. Thanks to Uncle Doormaid, alias Door Opener Geir Høydalsvik.