Journalistic Publications

Below are some of my journalistic publications:

On the Arts Digital-only Magazine Wrong Wrong:

In the national Brazilian Newspaper Folha de São Paulo:

 

In the national Portuguese Newspaper Público:

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Migalhas (crumbs in English) was a very unique arts magazine project based in Lisbon.  Migalhas was printed in the shape of a tablecloth. This way, Migalhas could be found covering tables of several Cafés and restaurants in Lisbon. Migalhas was run by a group of friends and volunteers from different countries but all residents in Lisbon. For lack of funds, the project was shut down in August 2011. See an interview (in Portuguese) here,  for the Portuguese national TV channel RTP2, in which the two coordinators and I explain Migalhas. Or see a few editions below:

July/August 2010 – Migalhas  –  For this edition, I contributed with two news articles: 1) “Mulheres em Ação na Estefânia”, which is about a theather company run by women; and “Baila com Lisboa”, which was about the popular and traditional festivities that happen in Lisbon in the months of July and August. I was also responsible for the Espaço Interactivo, which was the section dedicated to our readers, where they were invited to send to Migalhas drawings, photos, poetry or short stories to be published.

April 2011 – Migalhas – For this edition, I contributed with two news articles:  “A Cultura da Liberdade”, which is about an cultural association located in one of the most expensive and beautiful boulevards in Portugal. The article explains what the association does.  The second article tittled “A Fechadura Lusófona” is about a  Portuguese speaking countries Movies Festival that happens in Lisbon every year. I was also responsible for the Espaço Interactivo, which was the section dedicated to our readers, where they were invited to send to Migalhas drawings, photos, poetry or short stories to be published.

July 2011 – Migalhas – For this edition, I contributed with one news article: 1) “Aprender a Bicicleta”, which is about a very unique place in Lisbon, where they fix bikes for free while one may enjoy a bar.

In the regional/local Brazilian magazine a par:

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