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  • Interview with Erica Bauermeister

    Erica Bauermeister is the author of the international bestseller “The School of Essential Ingredients” (published in Italy as “La Scuola degli Ingredienti Segreti” by Garzanti). She is also the co-author of two non-fiction works: 500 Great Books by Women: A Reader’s Guide and Let’s Hear It For the Girls: 375 Great Books for Readers 2-14. For more than 25 years, she has lived with her husband and children in Seattle, Washington – with the exception of two beautiful years when they lived in Bergamo, Italy.

  • Interview with Cíntia Moscovich

    Born in Porto Alegre in 1958, Cíntia Moscovich reviews books for the daily newspaper Zero Hora and has worked as translator, copy-editor, press assistant, literary consultant and teacher, as well as having directed Rio grande do Sul’s state Book Institute. Her first solo work, the short story collection “O Reino das cebolas”, was shortlisted for the Jabuti award. She is also the author of a well-praised novel, “Duas iguais” and of “Por que sou gorda, mamãe?” (Editora Record), published in Italy as “Mamma, perché sono grassa?” from Cavallo di Ferro Editore.

  • Interview with Mary Kay Andrews

    Mary Kay Andrews is the New York Times bestselling author of seven novels, including “Hissy Fit”, “Savannah Blues”, “Savannah breeze”, “Deep dish” and “Blue Christmas”, the latter published in Italy as “La cena di Natale” by Polillo Editore. A former newspaper journalist, she lives in a restored bungalow in an Atlanta neighbourhood with her husband Tom, who was her high school sweetheart. She is the mother of two twenty-something children, and the grandmother of one.

  • Interview with Ana Patuleia Ortins

    Ana Patuleia Ortins is the author of "Portuguese Homestyle Cooking" (Interlink Publishing).

  • Interview with Debby Banham

    Debby Banham is the author of "Food and Drink in Anglo-Saxon England" (Tempus Publishing).