Contributors Marina Forti
Marina Forti

Marina Forti is a journalist and writer. She worked for 30 years at il manifesto, where she was foreign service chief, editor-in-chief and correspondent. She has traveled extensively in Iran and South and Southeast Asia. She received the Premiolino (1999) for her Terraterra column and the Elsa Morante Prize for Communication (2004) for her book The Lady of Narmada. The Struggles of the Environmentally Displaced in the Global South (Feltrinelli, 2004). He published The Heart of Darkness of India. Hell Beneath the Miracle (Bruno Mondadori, 2012). His latest book is Malaterra. How They Poisoned Italy (Laterza, 2018). She is the director of the Lisli and Lelio Basso Foundation’s School of Journalism.



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