Clelia Farris won some of the most important Italian awards: Fantascienza.com Award with the novel Rupes Recta; Odissea Award with the novel Nessun uomo è mio fratello, and the Kipple Award with the novel La pesatura dell’anima, setting in a uchronic Egypt.
In 2015, Future Fiction published the short story “Chirurgia creativa (Creative Surgery),” available in English translation from Rosarium Publishing in Future Fiction: New Dimensions in International Science Fiction.
She was finalist at the Urania Award 2018, the most important Italian award of Science Fiction, with the novel Necrospirante.
Her short story “A day to remember” was published on Samovar Magazine. Future Science Fiction Magazine published “The Substance of Ideas.” The very short story “Holes” came out on Literature World Today. All stories were translated by Rachel Cordasco.
In 2020, she published the anthology Creative Surgery, translated by Rachel Cordasco and Jennifer Delare and edited by Rosarium Publishing.
She lives in Cagliari, a small town of Sardinia (Italy) and she writes full time.