is an influential Italian literary magazine which was founded in 1953 by Alberto Carrocci
and Alberto Moravia
in Rome; soon they were joined by Pier Paolo Pasolini
. Following the deaths of Pasolini and Carrocci they were replaced by Attilio Bertolucci
and Enzo Siciliano
. The current editor is Dacia Maraini
, who took the place of Enzo Siciliano
after his death in 2006.
Since 1998 Nuovi Argomenti has been published by Mondadori who relaunched it as a quarterly with a new look and an updated format. It has an average circulation of 2,000 copies.
This article has been based in part on its counterpart in the Italian Wikipedia, specifically this version which was current on 14 October 2007.