Press release

With regard to press agency reports and comments on social networks concerning the career of Giulia Ichino, Mondadori underlines that professional qualifications are the only criteria that have ever guided the management of the company’s human resources.

Giulia Ichino, 34, and the mother of one child, has been the head of Italian fiction for Edizioni Mondadori since 2010 and is responsible for all of the series that publish new Italian fiction.

Having first joined Mondadori in 2002 as an editor, Giulia Ichino is now a well respected figure in Italian publishing and has worked with dozens of authors, from Giuseppe Pontiggia to Margaret Mazzantini, Andrea Camilleri, Roberto Saviano, Paolo Giordano, Niccolò Ammaniti, Alessandro Piperno, Carmine Abate, Chiara Gamberale, Daria Bignardi, Mauro Corona, Valerio Massimo Manfredi and many more.