Corrado Occhipinti Confalonieri was born in Milan in 1965.
Graduated in Political Science with a thesis in History of the Risorgimento, he took the specialization in Law and Economics of the European Union with a thesis on the Franco-British unification project of 1940. He is the author of an essay on Circle of nobles between ancien régime and liberalism (Il Risorgimento, 1992).
Finalist of the literary competition A day of Joyce organized by the "Corriere della Sera", he reviewed several books for radio in Italian-speaking Switzerland and collaborated with several magazines on medieval topics.
He also deals with historical disclosure, reporting new books on social networks (Instagram and Facebook) where he has a large following. The saint's wife is his first novel.