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Translation Grants: How to Publish a Brazilian Author for Free (Almost)

Fábio Lima coordinates the Translation Grants Program of the Brazilian National Library

The Brazilian National Library Foundation established a translation grant program in July of this year and the government has committed $35.5 million to the initiative. Read More

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Brazilian “Vikings” Bring Nordic Literature to Latin America

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Started by a Finnish immigrant this year, Vikings of Brazil literary agency has so far sold 22 books to Brazilian publishing houses. Read More

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Brazil Is the Country of the Future, and the Future is Now

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“For so long, Brazil was a nation brimming with potential but held back by politics, both at home and abroad. For so long, you were called a country of the future, told to wait for […] Read More

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Grants Available for Brazilian Translations

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The Brazilian government offers grants for publishers who want to translate and publish Brazilian literature. Last year, the Literature Translation Grant program offered over US$ 200,000 in grants, ranging from US$ 2,500 to US$ 7,000. […] Read More

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Meet the Publisher: Editora Intrínseca’s Foreign Hit Factory

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When looking for a publisher to release your book in Brazil, you can’t afford to ignore Rio-based publisher Editora Intrínseca. Founded in December 2003, the company has since published a grand total of 105 titles […] Read More

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