He is the author of the "Trilogy of +1".
Born in Italy (in a town near Naples) the author debuts with his pseudonym on Wattpad, and then self-published on Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing.
Regarding his pseudonym, in a radio interview with the roman broadcaster "Radio Godot", the author stated that it was chosen to be a tribute paid to his father, who had invented "John McDillan" as a fictional character for his bedtime stories.
His literary works have a bizarre style, bordering on nonsense, but which always leave a moral.
The principle of the literary current that supports (the Bizzarrismo) is the following: "The greatest nonsense for nonsense is to make sense ..."
"Trilogy of +1" and Minor Works
Literary Works Published on Kindle Direct Publishing
- 17 Novelle Bizzarre +1 (italian language)
- The Jester's Rhymes (Italian language)
- The XVIII (Italian language)
- Clocks (Italian language)
Literary Works on Wattpad
- ποίησις by John McDillan (Italian language)
- The Dream (Italian language)
- The PARTY (Italian language)
- DOOMOOD (Italian language)
- Gli Ignavi (Italian language)
- Utopie Realizzabili, Piedi Scalzi & Ciabatte In Vetrina (Italian language)
- Finché Sei In Tempo (Italian language)
- 27 Minutes to Write Something... (Italian language)
- L'Abominio Nella Bellezza (Italian language)
- Kýmē : Poesie in Napoletano (Italian language)
Interview on Repubblica: https://scuola.repubblica.it/campania-napoli-lscaivano/2016/05/30/bizzarrismo/
Interview on iCrew Libri: https://libri.icrewplay.com/self-publishing-due-parole-con-john-mcdillan/
Interview on LibriNews.it: https://www.librinews.it/autori/17-novelle-bizzarre-1-libro-intervista-john-mcdillan/
Review on Bookrider.it: https://bookrider.it/trilogia-del-bizzarrismo-john-mcdillan/
Review on Modulazioni Temporali: https://www.modulazionitemporali.it/17-novelle-bizzarre-1-di-john-mcdillan/
Author page on Comodeeno: https://www.comodeeno.it/john-mcdillan/
Radio interview with "Radio Godot" by Massimiliano Bianconcini "DJ BIANCO": https://www.johnmcdillan.it/radio-web-tv
Review "17 Novelle Bizzarre +1" on YouTube by Martina Asero - Ima AndtheBooks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BbGdWGYAb5o&t=2132s
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