Concita De Gregorio
Concita De Gregorio A journalist and a writer, Concita De Gregorio has been writing for la Repubblica for many years, and she now writes the column “Invece Concita”. She also has a column on the weekly magazine D. She has been the editor of l’Unità from 2008 to 2011. She started the online project Cosa pensano le ragazze, which ran on Repubblica.it from the 8th of March 2016 to the 8th of March 2017. She hosted the Rai 3 television program Pane quotidiano, created and hosted FuoriRoma (Rai 3) and hosted the 2017 daily reports Da Venezia è tutto from Venice Film Festival. On Radio Capital she has been author and host of Cactus – Basta poca acqua, winner of Diversity Media Award 2019.
She published Non lavate questo sangue (2001), Una madre lo sa (2006), Malamore (2008), Un paese senza tempo (2010), Così è la vita (2011), Io vi maledico (2013), Un giorno sull’isola (2014), Mi sa che fuori è primavera (2015, Premio Ninfa Galatea, Premio Brancati), that in 2017 was adapted for the theatre and acted by Gaia Saitta and directed by Giorgio Barberio Corsetti, Cosa pensano le ragazze (2016), that inspired the docu-film Lievito madre (2017), signed with Esmeralda Calabria, Non chiedermi quando (2016), Chi sono io? (2017) and Princesa e altre regine (2018). She wrote a monologue for the photography book Prima, donna (2020) by Margaret Bourke-White. Her most recent books are Nella notte (2019), In tempo di guerra (2019) e Lettera a una ragazza del futuro (2021) and Un'ultima cosa (2022).
In 2019 she won Premio Arrigo Benedetti for journalism and Premio Legalitria.