From early childhood, Numa Echos saw the need to reveal herself writing, activity that is still cultivated.
She began writing poetry at the age of 3-4 years and later collaborated with his own writings to the creation of anthologies such as “Sono bella ma non è colpa mia: l’ inconvenienza dell’ avvenenza” and “Teorema del corpo: donne scrivono l’eros” with Fusibilia Libri – Roma (2014 e 2015).
Mixing texts, experimental-alternative music, gestures and visual projections, she realized the musical poetic show ““Sogni di lucida- mente: allusioni e rivelazioni di un io follemente sano”, already presented in various important cultural contexts, including “Terre Vulnerabili – A Growing Exhibition”, Hangar Bicocca, Milano; “Step 010”, Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Museo della scienza e della tecnologia, Milano; “Miniera” – Futurizzonti in festa – “Shit Surfing Day”, workshop -event, Politecnico Bovisa, Milano; Bicinuragica 2013 e 2014 – itinerant edition concerning poetry and cycling edited by Ugo Magnanti and Fusibilia Edizioni.
The editorial version of “SOGNI DI LUCIDA-MENTE: ALLUSIONI E RIVELAZIONI DI UN IO FOLLEMENTE SANO” was published in the series “Riverberi” from Caosfera Edizioni (Vicenza, 2015) with the cover note of the well known crime novelist, writer and conductor of “Mistero” in Italia 1 Channel Andrea G. Pinketts and was presented in various contexts, even in television programs (La7 Gold, Nuvolari TV …) and got the appreciation of the public despite the little commercial essence of the project.
Thanks to the depth and humanity of her writings Numa Echos has been selected among the ten finalists for the 2009-2010 competition Creamusica at CPM (Centro Professione Musica) in Milan by president Franco Mussida which followed the production and recording at “Alari Park Studios” in Cernusco sul Naviglio with her poem ”Partendo da qui” in a poetic-musical version with also a promotional video.
It was used the text “Fiori di pece” ( “Pechblumen” is the film version ) as an integral part of the music of the independent film “Ghost Track” by Fabrizio Rossetti (Tre Metri Sopra il Cielo, etc.)