Patricia Winton

She first went to Italy more than forty years ago when she lived in Tuscany for three years. She has lived in Rome since 2002. She has picnicked on figs and wine among Grecian ruins in Paestum, feasted on wild boar in Bologna, shared a plate of tripe with a complete stranger in a Florentine market, and sampled newborn eel along the Tyrrhenian coast.

Her short story “Feeding Frenzy” appears in Fish Tales: The Guppy Anthology (Wildside Press, 2011). You can read the story by clicking on the title. Her protagonists Caroline Woodlock, an Italian-American journalist covering international culinary scene, and Nino Nardo, a professor of Italian culinary history and traditions, first appear in this story and continue in Patricia’s works in progress.

She is a member of Sister in Crime, the Guppy chapter of SinC, and the Short Mystery Fiction Society.

Patricia blogs each Thursday at Italian Intrigues. She invites you to visit her website at

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