Born in Milan, she lived in Canada during her teens. Once back in Italy she always felt a bit like a stranger.
A degree in Foreign Languages, after different contacts with Companies abroad, she started teaching French and English in secondary schools for many years.
At present she’s retired; she attended classes of creative writing both at Egea bookstore of Bocconi University and at Tranchida publishing house, for whom she translated from English a book by the Iranian writer Parsipur.
She sometimes writes short stories; she likes observing other people’s life and inventing stories with a sharp ending. Also her life moves between the boundaries of imagination and solid reality.