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Second Issue of Machado Magazine Out Now

Machado de Assis Magazine

The second edition of the literary online magazine Machado de Assis, which offers translated excerpts of Brazilian writers, is out now; the third edition published at the end of this month will be dedicated to children’s books.  Read More

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FNLIJ Launches Brazilian Catalog for Bologna Book Fair

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The Brazilian National Children’s and Youth Foundation (FNLIJ) catalog of 15 Brazilian publishers participating at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair is out now. Read More

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Romanians Go Crazy for Brazilian Books

Romania

Between 2011-2012, Romania received a surprisingly high number of translation grants from the Brazilian National Library. Univers publishing house in Romania received more grants than most countries. Read More

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Brazil Expects $200k Rights Sales from Guadalajara

Guadalajara International Book Fair

Brazil’s participation is one of the highlights of the Guadalajara International Book Fair, with a program of panels and author presentations, rights sales, and over six hundred titles up for sale. Read More

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Lost in Translation No More

Machado

Machado, a new English magazine produced, offers publishers the opportunity to sample the best new Brazilian writers.  Read More

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