Luísa Fresta addresses themes such as loneliness, abandonment, personal trauma, betrayal, fear…, in a very rich language seasoned with slang regionalisms and even slang; with descriptions of a detail that transform text into image. Stories also from us, from our street, from our neighborhood
Valter Hugo Lemos or rather, Valter Hugo Mãe, was born in Angola and came to spend his childhood in Paços de Ferreira. With seven published novels, he is one of the most acclaimed Portuguese writers having, in 2007, won the José Saramago award, for the novel O Remorso de Baltazar Serapião.
What do you see when you read the work of Edgar Allan Poe? The great age of the illustrated book…
Among the great Latin figures, Ovid stands out mainly for the breadth of his literary production, varied in arguments and capable of leaving in the collective memory the complexity of the universe of gods, heroes, young people and nymphs.
Reading Mary Shelley's Frankenstein on Its 200th Anniversary: An Animated Primer to the Great Monster Story & Technology Cautionary Tale
200 years ago, 18-year-old Mary Shelley did an extraordinary thing. After a dreary winter evening spent indoors telling ghost stories…
All the lines end up crossing in an unpredictable chess of emotions, known or reinvented with new colors. It will be rain, snow, cold or fire, even if painted on a cloud.
Poetry and the Revolution of Being – A poem plucks the interconnection of the experiencing self and all being. In poetry's words, life calls to life with the same inevitability and gladness that bird calls to bird (...)