Mariangela Di Fiore

Mariangela Di Fiore (b. 1981) writes books for children, young people and adults.

Di Fiore debuted at age 17 with the short story ‘Blue Light’ in the collection Pust ut – Pust inn. Her debut novel Hear Naples Sing was published in 2005. Camorraland, her personal account of the Neapolitan mafia the Camorra, was published in 2010. In addition to writing several fiction and reportage books for a range of target groups, she has also published cookbooks. In 2021, she was awarded the Brage Prize in the open class for Sisters – My Utøya Story. Di Fiore holds a degree in literature and screenwriting from UCLA. She is Norwegian-Italian, and lives in Nesodden.