Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Italian writer Igiaba Scego interviewed by Vogue Black

@Vogue Black
Igiaba Scego was born in Rome in 1974 to Somali parents. She writes for l’Unità, “Internazionale” and many other magazines that talk about migrations and African cultures, such as “Nigrizia”. Among her books: Pecore nere (Laterza 2005), Oltre Babilonia (Donzelli 2008) and La mia casa è dove sono (Rizzoli 2010) winner of the Mondello award.

In the interview she talks about what she loves and what she hates.

Her advice from the summer. "Read (lots and lots), love others, eat healthy and believe in a world where violence has no place."

Read the full interview on http://www.vogue.it
Photos of Scego at http://speranzacasillo.com


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