What you are seeing in the photo above is the Hughes telegraph from 1860. It is a particularly beautiful piece of equipment, especially as it was the first to incorporate […]
In São Paulo last night, at the b-arco cultural centre, Gregorio was interviewed by Brazil’s most famous cartoonist Laerte. The conversation was philosophical, wide-ranging and also at times extremely personal, with Gregorio sharing what it is like not only to have been so successful, but also what it is like to be on the receiving end of criticism which inevitably comes when a creative person attempts to redraw the boundaries of their art and to change the consciousness of people through an edgy form of comedy what has been seen at times as controversial and heretical.
It’s no easy task for any Brazilian author to be published in English, and this is because doing a good translation is really quite expensive. While of course Portuguese and […]
While all eyes are on Brazil this month for the world cup, for some time now I have been thinking about what I should write about, since I am both […]