Mariuccia Milla is today’s guest on The Segilola Salami Show. Mariuccia shares with us how she set out on an adventure from immigrating to Italy in the 1980s and how it inspired her to write a book Meet Me In Milano. I assure you, you need to click play now.
About Mariuccia Milla and how she set out on an adventure
Mariuccia Milla left New York at age 25 to spend eighteen years in Italy. In addition to living in Milan, where she was immersed in the design community (architects, furniture, fashion, and graphic designers), Mariuccia lived in Viareggio (coastal Tuscany) and in the vicinity of Lago Maggiore in the Piedmont region.She is currently practising landscape architecture in the Finger Lakes Region of New York, as well as publishing fiction books and nonfiction essays.
Mariuccia will be returning to Italy to do more writing and plans to travel back and forth. And, despite the fact that it drives her crazy sometimes, she loves Italy.
About The Segilola Salami Show
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