Heloise in Viscera
A visceral prose poetry by Brazilian poet Adriana Zapparoli, about the love story between a prostitute and a weak male. The chapbook was translated by famous Brazilianist Charles A. Perrone.
Miniaturas/ Cândido Rolim
A mini chapbook with very short, condensed poems by Brazilian poet Cândido Rolim. Translated by Virna Teixeira. 8 x 10cm, 28 pp.
£3 including UK delivery
Garça Torta/ Crooked Heron
Brazilian poet Lígia Dabul attended an artistic residence in Monsanto, Portugal, a program related to Universidade de Coimbra. The result was this collection of poems, translated by Virna Teixeira. The cover was illustrated by Lua Celina. The book was launched in Rio de Janeiro, Fortaleza, and is now in it’s second edition.
Airspace/ Espaço Aéreo, Ricardo Tiago Moura
Chapbook of poems written while transiting in airports, by Portuguese poet Ricardo Tiago Moura. Translated by Ricardo Marques.
Glory Box, Thiago Ponce de Moraes
Thiago Ponce de Moraes, a well known young poet from Rio de Janeiro, wrote this tactile love poems translated by English poet Rob Packer.
Neverland is Too Far Away, Virna Teixeira
Bilingual edition of A Terra do Nunca é Muito Longe, originally published in Lisbon in 2014 (Não Edições). Translated by Virna Teixeira and Edward Leek, with illustrations by Portuguese artist João Concha.
23 Cartas a um Destinatário Desconhecido
A translation of Ghérasim Luca’s Levée D’Ecrou to Portuguese. This is the first time that this work by Ghérasim Luca is translated to another language. Published in bilingual version. Translated by Brazilian poet Laura Erber.
Maternal Instincts, Virna Teixeira
The first collection originally written in English by Brazilian poet Virna Teixeira, with versions in Portuguese. An exercise of reflections around feelings and the changes on the external spaces caused by motherhood.
Drone, Rosane Carneiro
Rosane Carneiro is a poet from Rio de Janeiro, with a few books published in Brazil. She lives in London, and this is her first collection published in the UK. Translated by Virna Teixeira.