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João Anzanello Carrascoza

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João Anzanello Carrascoza

João Anzanello Carrascoza is a writer and advertising editor at JW Thompson in São Paulo. His short fiction "O Vaso Azul" won the Radio France Internationale Guimarães Rosa Prize from Paris and his book O volume do sil'ncio (2006, short stories) won the Jabuti, the most important literary prize from Brazil. Carrascoza is author of several books: Duas tardes (2002, short stories), O aprendiz de inventor (2003, novel), Dias raros (2004, short stories), and others. His short fiction collections have been published in Italian and Spanish.

Articles by João Anzanello Carrascoza

Sign of These Times
By João Anzanello Carrascoza
The couple stopped in the middle of the way to rest. They were both tired of fleeing and took shelter in a cowshed near an empty road. Soon the woman felt the first warnings. It was a providential stop;…
Translated from Portuguese by Renato Rezende