Observer's cartoonist Chris Riddel Gets Inspired by the Amazon

How Does a British Cartoonist See the Political Change in Brazil

Max Bono talks with Chris Riddell at Lucca Comics and Games, in Italy Great ...

The cover of The Musician

The Musician: An Excerpt by a Celebrated Best-selling Brazilian Author

Dr. Heloisa Prieto is one of Brazil’s most celebrated children and YA authors. As ...

Movie director Aly Muritiba

A Brazilian Award-Winning Movie and the Transformative Power of Love

An Interview with Director Aly Muritiba “When I decided to make this film in ...

Paulo Coelho is an international literary star

Paulo Coelho: Brazil’s World-renowned Parable Teller Turns 75

The books of Paulo Coelho, the world’s most successful contemporary Brazilian author, are not ...

The cover of Hearing Brazil: Music and Histories in Minas Gerais

Two New Books Reveal the Often Overlooked Musical Gems of Brazil’s Minas Gerais

If you go to Minas Gerais, listen to the music. At first, you’ll probably ...

The shame and despair of being called cringe in Brazil

Intergenerational Baiting and Being Cringe in Brazil

Last week, Christian Langkamp highlighted some of the reasons for growing intergenerational tensions in ...

To Love, Intransitive Verb: Brazil's quintessential modernist novel

Mário de Andrade’s To Love, Intransitive Verb: The Novel that Launched Brazil’s Modernist Movement

Ana Lessa-Schmidt’s translation of Mário de Andrade’s modernist classic, To Love, Intransitive Verb, is ...

Brazilian singer Elza Soares was often referred to as the Brazilian Tina Turner

Elza Soares: Brazil’s Voice of the Millennium Goes Silent

Elza Soares, one of the most revered singers in Brazilian samba music, died at ...

Rodrigues taps into the pain and powerlessness of Brazilians to create her dance pieces

Lia Rodrigues: A Dance to the Wounds and Powerlessness of Brazilians

With contorted faces and twitching bodies, dancers come together, push each other away, and ...