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Encounters with groups of 20 to 30 people, starting from texts of contemporary Brazilian authors that happen in each stage of the project, in Casas da Leitura of Fundação Cultural de Curitiba, for teenagers and adults.
Encounters were made from the works of Wilson Bueno and Milton Hatoum.

# May 2014 – Wilson Bueno, writer, chronicler and poet from Paraná. Was born in Jaguapitã and as a child moved to Curitiba where he found out his literary vocation. All along his life, has built two works: his literature – recognized as one of the most interesting and important among Brazilian writers in the last 40 years, which granted him 16 books – and the journalism – as editor of O Nicolau and collaborator in several known newspapers of the country. Passed away on May 30 2010, in Curitiba, where he lived since the 70’s.

PARTS OF WORKS READ:
A Copista Kafka (The Copyist Kafka) (2007)
Mar Paraguayo (Paraguayan Sea) (1992)
Cachorros do céu (Dogs from the sky) (2005)
Mano, a noite está velha (Dude, the night is old) (2014)

# August 2014 – Milton Hatoum, was born in 1952, in Manaus (Amazonas), where he spent his childhood and a part of his youth. In 1967 moved to Brasília, where studied at Colégio de Aplicação of UnB. He lived during the 70’s in São Paulo, where he graduated in Architecture in Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo of USP, worked as cultural journalist and was professor of History of Architecture. In 1980 traveled as scholarship holder for Spain, where lived in Madri and Barcelona. After spend three years in Paris, where studied compared literature in Sorbonne (Paris III). Author of four awarded novels, his work was translated to ten languages and published in fourteen countries.

PARTS OF WORKS READ:
Relato de um certo oriente (Report of a certain orient) (1989)
Dois Irmãos (Two Brothers) (2000)
A cidade ilhada (The isolated city) (2009)

# Paulo Leminski

# Manoel Carlos Karam