Elena Ferrante, author of the highly-acclaimed Neapolitan series, is writing a weekly column for The Guardian newspaper’s weekend magazine, to be translated from the Italian by Ann Goldstein. According to The Guardian, “Ferrante will share her thoughts on a wide range of topics, including childhood, ageing, gender and, in her debut article, first love.”
Read the full announcement here.
In her first column, Elena Ferrante recalls "how altogether wanting first love is."
In her second, she takes us on a journey towards the acceptance of fear.
In her third column, Ferrante describes how she came to be a writer—and a bold one.
Ferrante, clear-eyed, writes down her thoughts on the end of life in her latest column.
And here's what the press had to say about it:
The New York Times
The Los Angeles Times