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Valeria Parrella (born 1974) is an Italian author. She was born in Torre del Greco in the Province of Naples. In 2003 she published the volume of short stories 'Mosca più balena' for which she was awarded the Premio Campiello in 2004 for the best debut. Her stories have appeared in the anthologies 'Pensa alla salute' (2003), 'Bloody Europe' (2004) and 'La qualità dell’aria' (2004) and in numerous journals.