The Women's Fiction Festival wants to thank everyone who has made the festival held in Matera from September 23-26 2010 such a success:
US Consulate (Naples),Ministry of Equal Opportunity, Region of Basilicata, Tourism Board, Province of Matera, Municipality of Matera,Ente Parco della Murgia Materana.
Our sponsors: Consolato Americano, sede di Napoli, Ministero per le Pari Opportunità, Ministero per i Beni e le Attività Culturali, Regione Basilicata Dipartimento Agricoltura, Agenzia di Promozione territoriale della Basilicata (APT), Provincia di Matera, Comune di Matera, Ente Parco della Murgia Materana.
Harlequin Mondadori, Fondazione Carical, Fondazione Banco di Napoli, Banca Popolare di Puglia e Basilicata, Palazzo Gattini Luxury Hotel e Ristorante Baccanti, Viaggi Lionetti, Hsh, Le Monacelle, Laboratorio Orafo Materia, S&P Ristorazioni e L'Abbondanza Lucana. Our media partners: Scai Comunicazione, Videouno, Hyperbros.
Our partners: Legal Drama Society, Cinefabrica, Associazione Tiaso, Pietre che Cantano, Ufficio della Consigliera di Parità Regionale, Ufficio della Consigliera di Parità Provinciale.
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|From the WFF to the bookstores of Italy and beyond
LA CIRCONFERENZA DELLE ARANCE
Maria Gabriella Genisi, LA CIRCONFERENZA DELLE ARANCE - Sonzogno, May 2010
-“After Montalbano’s orange groves, here come the oranges of commissario Lolita. Brusque, sunny, ironic, sensual. A true, unbridled force of nature.” (Gaetano Cappelli) -
Bari has a new police commissioner, Lolita Lo Bosco, nicknamed Lolì. Right from her first day on the job, Lolì has to deal with wagging tongues and influential adversaries who would like nothing better than to bring her career to a screeching halt. To make things even worse, she is handed a case that threatens her private life—Stefano Benedetto Morelli, a 40 year-old social-climbing dentist, is accused of rape. One look is enough to spark memories of a stormy, shared past.
Without the WFF nothing would have happened - says Gabriella Genisi. The WFF has changed my life and I am really grateful to the organizer of the WFF. I would advise all my friends with a manuscript in a drawer to register for the WFF because it offers so many opportunities to meet the right editor or agent, at the right time for your book to get published."