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26 Author Natalie Galli & “The Girl Who Said No” In Sicily to Marrying Her Rapist

"Natalie Galli" author of "The Girl Who Said No" on Matthew Felix's "Matthew Félix on Air" video podcast. “She upended a 1000-year old Sicilian tradition.” In 1966 a young girl in Sicily upended 1000 years of Sicilian custom by refusing to marry the man who raped her. I talked with author Natalie Galli about her new book, which recounts her quest - fifty years later - to try to find “The Girl Who Said No.” . Natalie Galli has written two illustrated children’s books, and her writing has been anthologized in "Italy, A Love Story." She has worked as an editor and proofreader for Burning Books, as a columnist for The Berkeley Monthly, and as a freelance contributor to the San Francisco Chronicle.

“She upended a 1000-year old Sicilian tradition.”
In 1966 a young girl in Sicily upended 1000 years of Sicilian custom by refusing to marry the man who raped her. I talked with author Natalie Galli about her new book, which recounts her quest - over twenty years later - to try to find The Girl Who Said No.

Natalie Galli has written two illustrated children’s books, and her writing has been anthologized in Italy, A Love Story. She has worked as an editor and proofreader for Burning Books, as a columnist for The Berkeley Monthly, and as a freelance contributor to the San Francisco Chronicle.

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