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For questions about festival program content, email Elizabeth Jennings.

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Elizabeth Jennings has always loved words. Big ones, little ones, fat ones, skinny ones. She's been a wordsmith all her life, first as a simultaneous interpreter and translator and now as a writer. And she lives in Italy. Who could ask for anything more?

For questions about Harlequin-Mondadori’s literary prize, email Maria Paola Romeo.

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Maria Paola Romeo has loved books forever. Her degree is in Modern Literature. She worked for Harlequin Mondadori for ten years as an editor and for three years as editorial manager. After thirteen years with the same company, she decided to take the plunge as a free lance editor six months ago. Now she works for a number of major publishing houses and is the editor of Red Dress Ink in Italy. She is married and has three children.

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For question about related events and book presentations, email Giovanni Moliterni.

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New!! Check out the interview with chicklit mystery author Alesia Holliday and stay tuned for an interview with senior editor Karen Kosztolnyik of Warner Books!

La Baccante

Each year, the Women's Fiction Festival awards its literary prize, the La Baccante award, to someone who has made major contributions to women's fiction. The literary prize is a jewel hand-crafted by a talented local artist. The ‘La Baccante’ prize this year goes to Alicia Gimenez-Bartlett, one of Europe’s finest mystery writers, the winner of the 1997 Feminino Lumen prize as best Spanish writer. The ‘La Baccante’ prize was awarded to Maria Venturi, in 2004 and to Inge Feltrinelli,in 2005.


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