Monica Pareschi is a freelance translator, writer, university professor and editor. She has translated and edited amongst others text by Anne, Charlotte and Emily Brontë, Edith Wharton, M.me de Lafayette, George Sand, Doris Lessing, Willa Cather, James Ballard, Bernard Malamud, Paul Auster, Alice McDermott, Shirley Jackson, Mark Haddon, and Kim Echlin. As a writer she has recently published a collection of short stories, È di vetro quest’aria (Premio Renato Fucini 2014, shortlisted for Premio Arturo Loria 2014 and Premio Bergamo 2015). She contributes articles and short stories to several blogs and magazines. She currently lives in Milan with her son.
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