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Published January  31, 2018
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Winner: The Monthly Black & White Photo Contest #2

Photo by Cristina Bresser de Campos
(Curitiba, Parana, Brazil)
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Biography
I am Brazilian, fluent in English, Spanish, and intermediate French. I am
graduated by Universidade Federal do Parana in Graphic Design. I already
have two published books, both in Portuguese:
Torre de Papel (Paper
Tower) in 2015 - short stories anthology with other authors.
Quase tudo é
risível
(Almost Everything is Laughable) a novel, Nov 2016. I studied
Creative Writing at University of Edinburgh in 2016. I have some short
stories and poems published in English by American, British, Greek and
Indian literary magazines including Northern Light, 121 Words, The
University of Edinburgh Journal,  and Flight Writing.