Carmen Pellegrino (1977) is the author of the book Naples ’68: Student Protests and Social Conflict between Conservatism and Utopia. She has also published several essays and articles, including The Anchor of the Mediterranean, an article that reveals the exploitation and mistreatment of migrant workers for which she won the Napoli Monitor Investigative Reporting Award. She is the co-author of several anthologies, including Strangle Us All, and Ninety-Two. One of her monologues on Mauro Rostagno was performed at the Teatro Nuovo in Naples in 2011, as part of the The Art of Storytelling Festival. She edited the anthology No Country for Women: Stories of Incredible Normalcy, and is a contributor to the Southern Italian newspaper Il Mattino.
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