Laura Pezzino is an Italian cultural journalist. For 15 years she worked as book editor for Vanity Fair Italy until 2019, when she decided to become a freelancer. She is a contributor to La Stampa, Vanity Fair Italy, Marie Claire, Rivista Studio, and GQ, and works as a consultant and social media manager for numerous publishing houses. She has taught at IED in Milan (Istituto Europeo di Design) and Scuola Holden in Turin. She writes extensively about literature, books, poetry, and the arts. Laura is currently based in Milan where she organizes cultural events (especially relating to poetry) and is working on her first book.
Michael Pollan has made a career out of telling people what to eat for dinner
A philosophy about how to dine with reverence isn’t new, but instead challenges us to go back to a place in time where food is sacred, which seems out of reach in our modern world