Author's Spotlight

  • Women Plot interviews TV critic, writer, and art director Marina Pierri

    Marina Pierri (instagram.com/marinapierri), writer, journalist and television critic, in her book Eroine intertwines fiction and reality in order to recount a journey that conduct to self-discovery and to one’s calling. She is co-founder and art director of FeST – The Festival of tv Series. 
  • @womenplot meets Antonella Pergol

    Antonella Pergol is the first emerging author published by Women Plot. “Eredità Luminosa'', published on June 1st, 2021, is her first novel. An inc...
  • Women Plot interviews writer, speaker, and producer Chiara Sfregola

    (Photo credits to Claudia Pajewski) Chiara Sfregola (instagram.com/sfreg), an Apulian who lives in Rome, is a writer and tv show producer. She bega...
  • Women Plot interviews professional journalist, videomaker, and writer Anna Maria Selini

    Anna Maria Selini is a professional journalist, freelancer, videomaker, and writer. She is specialized in crisis areas and has produced reportages from Cuba, Kosovo, the West Bank, Israel, and the Gaza Strip. She has been embedded with the Italian Armed Forces in Lebanon. She was born in Bergamo and lives in Rome. Soon will be released in cinemas the documentary she directed, "Ritorno in apnea". 
  • Giulia Peruzzi’s LGBTQIA+ love (Il Maggio dei Libri 2021)

    Love: a word with a vast significance, a precious feeling, an experience that pervades all of our lives both in conventional and less conventional ...
  • Cinzia Cognetti’s bitter love (Il Maggio dei Libri 2021)

    Love: a word with a vast significance, a precious feeling, an experience that pervades all of our lives both in conventional and less conventional ...
  • Veronica Yoko Plebani’s love for life (Il Maggio dei Libri 2021)

    We will meet with Veronica Yoko Plebani on Monday, 17 May 2021 at 6:30 pm (CEST) through an Instagram Live on our profile (www.instagram.com/womenplot) where we will further explore the concept of love for life, love for oneself and recount Veronica's “rebirth”.
  • Lorenza Bernardi’s teen love (Il Maggio dei Libri 2021)

    Love: a word with a vast significance, a precious feeling, an experience that pervades all of our lives both in conventional and less conventional ...
  • Edith Joyce’s love for Ireland (Il Maggio dei Libri 2021)

    Love: a word with a vast significance, a precious feeling, an experience that pervades all of our lives both in conventional and less conventional ...
  • Shehrbano Naqvi (Banoqvi)'s heart-wrenching poetry and prose

    Mental health and grief: despite being often considered taboo topics, they are two aspects that almost everyone, at a certain point in their lives, is simply forced to deal with. What we do with this kind of pain further defines who we are as people. We had the pleasure to speak with Shehrbano Naqvi (www.banoqvi.org and @banoqvi on Instagram), a Pakistani writer and poetess who began posting her works online after losing her older brother, concerning not only the therapeutic power writing has, but especially her personal perspective on the role of the writer and her voice as a woman.