Jeannie Marshall is a writer who has been living in Italy with her family since 2002. She is the author of a non-fiction book about the implications of the worldwide change in the way that children eat. In Canada it’s called Outside the Box: Why Our Children Need Real Food, Not Food Products (Random House Canada) and in the United States it’s called The Lost Art of Feeding Kids (Beacon Press). She is a journalist and contributes articles to Macleans and The Walrus, and has published literary non-fiction essays in The Common, Brick, Literary Review of Canada, and Literary Mama. She was a staff features writer at the National Post in Toronto.