I was born in Perugia, in the green heart of Italy.
I am a graduate of the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan, Italy, and of Mills College, Oakland, CA. I live in Northern California with my husband and work as an academic researcher in Medical Information Science.
My poetry, flash nonfiction and memoir have appeared in: Postcard Poems & Prose, Star 82 Review, three anthologies edited and published by Redwood Writers (a branch of the California Writers’ Club), and the CWC Literary Review.
My food writing has appeared in: the North Coast Journal, Remedy Quarterly and Edible East Bay.
I am working on a collection of memoir pieces.
“Night Sky” was published in Postcard Poems & Prose Magazine (February 29, 2016).
“Through the Green Glass” was published in the 2014 Redwood Writers’ anthology Water.
The essay “Fresh dry beans: an edible oxymoron” published in the Fresh issue of Remedy Quarterly won second place in the 2016 Association Of Food Journalists Awards, Best Non-Newspaper Food Feature category.
“The Egg Beater” won first prize at the 2013 Redwood Writers’ Memoir Contest and “Mint Tea” won third prize at the 2015 edition of the contest.
You can contact me by writing an email to simosite AT mac DOT com
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