Andrea Nasi was born in Torino, Italy. After obtaining a master’s degree in business administration he moved to the United States for a series of year-long internships with Carl Ally Advertising and Westinghouse International in New York City and with Scott Paper Company in Philadelphia. Upon his return to Italy he joined Fratelli Fabbri Editori – FIAT group’s magazine and book-publishing division. He moved to New York in the early ‘70s to establish the group’s activities in the US. In 1983 he founded Eridanos Press, a literary publishing company that he managed until 1990 when the firm was sold to David Godine Publishers in Boston. He returned to Italy where he joined the board of directors of IFI, FIAT’s holding company, where he served until 2010. While in Europe, he purchased a controlling interest in Turner Libros, a well known Spanish art and non-fiction publishing company, involvement that continues to this date. In 2010, he moved to Ketchum, Idaho where he resides.