Alessandro Ludovico (1969) is a media critic and editor-in-chief of the Neural magazine. Awarded Honorary Mention for Net.Vision at Prix Ars Electronica 2004. One of the founding contributors of the Nettime community and one of the founders of the organization Mag.Net and of the 'European Peripheral Magazine' list. He wrote for Springerin, Mute, MyTech-Mondadori.com and RTSI (Italian language Switzerland Radiotelevision). In 2001 he joined the n.a.m.e. (normal audio media environment) art group and developed Sonic Genoma, a computer/sound art installation. In the same year he organized the Liberation Technologies conference in Bari. From 2002 he has been a collaborator of the Digitalkraft exhibitions. He also conducts Neural Station, a weekly radio show on electronic music and digital culture, and daily updates the Neural website. He lives in Bari, Italy.
- Neural magazine, Bari, since 1993. 
- Post-Digital Print: The Mutation of Publishing Since 1894, Rotterdam: Creating 010, Hogeschool Rotterdam, and Eindhoven: Onomatopee, 2012, 192 pp.
- Post-Digital Print. La mutazione dell’editoria dal 1894, Altamura: CaratteriMobili, 2014, 249 pp. (Italian)
- Post-Digital Print: la mutation de l'édition depuis 1894, trans. Marie-Mathilde Bortolotti, Paris: B42, 2016.  (French)
- Post-Digital Print, Seoul: Mediabus, 2017, 264 pp.  (Korean)
- Regine Debatty, "Interview with Alessandro Ludovico (Neural Magazine)", We Make Money Not Art, Jan 2008.
- Michael Dieter, Nicole Heber, "Paper and Pixels in Love: An Email Interview with Alessandro Ludovico", Nettime, Jun 2008.
- "Expanding books and Post-Digital Print", CCCB Lab, Feb 2015. (English)