Skip to main content
Outdated Browser

For the best experience using our website, we recommend upgrading your browser to a newer version or switching to a supported browser.

More Information

Contributor

Sérgio Rodrigues

Contributor

Sérgio Rodrigues

Sérgio Rodrigues (Brazil, 1962) has worked as a journalist for most major newspapers and magazines in the country. For the last few years he has written a national column about the history of words and other language issues, as well as one of the top blogs about literature in Portuguese, Todoprosa (todoprosa.com.br). His debut as a fiction writer came in 2000 with the critically acclaimed short story collection O homem que matou o escritor [The man who killed the writer], a handful of variations around one theme: why do we write at all? He is the author of four books in various genres. The most recent is the darkly comic dystopian novel As sementes de Flowerville [The Seeds of Flowerville], launched in 2006. He lives in Rio de Janeiro with his wife and two children.

Articles by Sérgio Rodrigues

The Man Who Killed the Writer
By Sérgio Rodrigues
First things first: I didn’t write the book everyone thinks I wrote, the one that has been showering me with fame and riches since its publication, just over one year go. Although many people might…
Translated from Portuguese by Fernanda Abreu