Rossella Canadè is a journalist for the Gazzetta di Mantova, a daily newspaper of the Repubblica-Espresso Group. She has written reportages from Somalia, Ruanda, Iraq, Bosnia, Serbia, Romania and Brazil following trips with ONGs. Currently she writes about crime and records the procedures and minutes of court cases, focusing in particular on organized crime and the mafia communities of the north of Italy. The National Anti-Mafia Commission and prosecutors involved in open investigations in the town of Mantua took special note of her investigations on the infiltrations of the 'Ndrangheta in the Mantova area. She co-authored Ndrangheta all’emiliana, published by La Repubblica in 2015. She contributed to the book Punto Condor. Ustica il processo by Daniele Biacchessi and Fabrizio Colarieti. She has written a book for the theatre Senza tacchi staged by Europa Theatre. In May 2017 her book Muti come pesci. La ‘ndrangheta nella terre dei Gonzaga will be published.