Brazilian Literature

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Geovani Martins Issue #148 by Julia Sanches
Sun On My Head

Grounded in the rhythms and vernacular of Brazil’s periferias, the writer’s debut story collection, The Sun on My Head, centers on the lives of young men growing up in Rio’s favela communities.

A Haunting Political Argument: On João Gilberto Noll’s Lord by ​Ross McElwain
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“Any take [Noll] has on arguments dimly recognizable from contemporary thought will be an unusual one.”

Beatriz Bracher Interviewed by Nuno Ramos
I Didnt Talk Bracher

Two of Brazil’s most renowned contemporary writers discuss the creative process, societal disparities, and politics. 


Translated by Adam Morris.

Two Poems by Marília Garcia
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when you say / erase / do you mean / stop existing?

First Kiss by Clarice Lispector
First Kiss

The two of them murmured more than talked: the relationship had begun just a little while before and they were both giddy, it was love. Love and what comes with it: jealousy.

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