Tag Archives: Portugal

Portugal’s Tinta-da-China Comes to Brazil


Portugal’s Tinta-da-China, one of the country’s most prestigious publishers, is establishing a venture in Rio de Janeiro. Read More

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2 Portuguese, 8 Brazilians Hit 2011 Portugal Telecom Prize Shortlist

2010 Winner of the Portugal Telecom Prize: Brazilian author Chico Buarque for Leite Derramado

By Maria Fernanda Rodrigues Two Portuguese novelists and eight Brazilians are battling it out for the 2011 Portugal Telecom Prize, honoring the best novel written in Portuguese and released in Brazil. The winner takes home […] Read More

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Meet the Publisher: Língua Geral, A House for Lusophone Authors

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Língua Geral is the only publishing house in Brazil dedicated to exclusively promoting Lusophone authors. That means that in its catalog, Brazilian readers can find books from writers from Mozambique, Angola, Timor-Leste, Portugal and Brazil. […] Read More

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A Second Portuguese Publisher Docks in the Brazilian Publishing Harbor


The Portuguese first arrived in Brazil in 1500, aboard a fleet commanded by Pedro Álvares Cabral. Five hundred years later Brazil welcomed another group of Portuguese adventurers, ones that did not have to cross the […] Read More

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Brazilian Book on Che Guevara To Be Published in Italy, Spain and Portugal


By PublishNews Brazil Italian publisher Mondadori has just acquired the rights to a book that mixes history and fiction to recount the story of Che Guevara’s unfortunate adventure in Bolivia. Método prático de guerrilha, written […] Read More

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