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Kairós, Inferno Dominate Brazil’s Bestseller Lists for May

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Bestselling phenomenon Father Marcelo Rossi’s new book Kairós shot to the top of the bestseller list of books by Brazilian authors, while Dan Brown and Rick Riordan took the top two slots in May among foreign authors. Read More

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Saraiva Launches “Publique-se!” Self-publishing Platform


Saraiva has launched its own self-publishing portal, “Publique-se!,” which translates to “Publish it yourself,” and offers 35% royalties to authors. Read More

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Brazil Will Be Guest of Honor at the Gothenburg Book Fair 2014

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After Frankfurt in 2013 and Bologna in 2014, Brazil will be featured at yet another European book fair: Brazilian literature will be the theme of the International Book Fair in Göteborg in Sweden in 2014. Read More

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Timeline of the Brazilian Publishing Marketplace: 1995-2012

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International interest, digitization, and market consolidation are not new phenomenon in Brazil, and many began more than ten years ago, as evidenced by this brief timeline of publishing market since 1995.
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Legal Issues Impeding Brazilian Biographies Could End Soon


Certain legal articles in the Brazilian Civil Code and Brazilian Constitution have impeded the publishing of biographies in Brazil; now, two separate legal measures could see those impediments erased. Read More

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