rolezinho

rolezinho

Marcelo Rubens Paiva

13 de novembro de 2011 | 12h50

Vou dar um rolezinho por aí.

Se conseguir fazer com que meu iPad se comunique com o mundo e com meu celular, conseguirei postar aqui.

Nos testes que fizemos, não está rolando.

Sempre achei que a APPLE é uma conjunção de estética com muitas ideias chupadas.

Encanta bastante, mas acho confuso.

Confio muito mais nos PCs, que são aceitos em todos os sites.

Mas bem que tento me modernizar…

Sou um velho.

Neste ano, andei aprontando por aí.

Lançamentos, relançamentos, filme, teatro…

Começou com MALU DE BICICLETA – o filme, muito exibido em festivais, pouco no circuito comercial.

Sim, já tem em DVD.

Relancei U:BRARI, de 1990, que reeditei, lancei CRÔNICAS PARA LER NA ESCOLA e duas peças ainda em cartaz no RIO.

 

 

O mundo não acabou.

Berlusconi já era. Mas Sarney continua intacto.

O crescimento dos emergentes desacelera.

A PM continua na USP.

O Rocinha foi enfim ocupada.

E descobrimos o ódio alimentado pelo anonimato da internet.

Então, vamos tocando. Boa sorte…

Aí, fotos dos ensaios da peça DEUS É UM DJ, que dirigi.

No OI FUTURO – FLAMENGO, RJ.

A temporada foi estendida.

E, claro, tentaremos trazer para São Paulo.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vou dar umas palestrinha em LONDRES.

Evento da tradicional livraria FOYLES:

Festival Ibero-American Literature 14-18 Nov 2011, Foyles.

Confira, se vc estiver pela área:

http://www.foyles.co.uk/events-at-foyles

Falo na quinta, às 18h30.

 

17th November 2011 6:30pm – 7:30pm Charing Cross Road Literary Event, Free Event

The session dedicated to Brazilian contemporary literature will feature the great Marcelo Rubens Paiva. His book Feliz Ano Velho (Happy Old Year) took the Brazilian literary scene by storm, as the narrative of the tragic accident that left him severely disabled captivated the nation.
A prolific author, among his key works are Blecaute (1986), Ua:brari (1990), As Fêmeas (1992), Bala na Agulha (1994), Não és Tu Brasil (1996), Malu de Bicicleta(2004) and O Homem que Conhecia as Mulheres (2006).
Since 2003, he has written the blog for the Brazilian newspaper Estadão.

Speaker: Marcelo Paiva
Chair: Hugh O’Shaugnessy, prize-winning journalist

Venue: The Gallery at Foyles, Charing Cross Road
Tickets: FREE but limited. Please email events@foyles.co.uk to reserve a place.

 

TOMAS ELOY MARTINEZ fala na sexta; imperdível.

Bora lá, falar dos nossos livrinhos.

Já que deve ser em 2012 que o mundo acaba.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  
MONDAY 14TH NOVEMBER, 18.30“AN INSIGHT INTO THE WORK OF EVELIO ROSERO”Award-winning Colombian author Evelio Rosero has written seven novels, two collections of short stories as well as several children’s books. The Armies won the 2006 Tusquets International Novel Prize and the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize in 2009; in Colombia, he was awarded the National Literature Prize. Join us for a short film about the author followed by a panel discussion on his latest novel Good Offices, a coruscating satire of the Catholic Church recently published in English by MacLehose Press to great acclaim. Speakers:Maya Jaggi, award-winning cultural journalist and criticAnna Milsom, co-translator of Evelio Rosero’s Good OfficesChair: Amanda Hopkinson, Professor of literary translation and translator from Spanish, French and Portuguese TUESDAY 15TH NOVEMBER, 18.30“SOLITUDE AND THE CITY / LA SOLEDAD URBANA”Mexican writer Chloe Aridjis was born with a strong literary background, which is evident in her captivating writing style. This session is the perfect opportunity to hear more about her highly praised debut novel “Book of Clouds”, described by the critics as an impressionistic portrait of post-Wall Berlin. In 2009 The Times Literary Supplement, The Independent and New Statesman listed “Book of Clouds” among best books of the year.  Speaker: Chloe Aridjis Chair: Darian Leader, writer and psychoanalyst
WEDNESDAY 16TH NOVEMBER, 18.30“THE HUMANITY OF FAILURES. THE OTHER CV / LA HUMANIDAD DE LOS FRACASOS, EL OTRO CURRÍCULUM VITAE”Come and meet one of Spain’s most fascinating young authors talking about her recent works including “English women ruin their heels when they walk” and “The importance of fluorescent fish”. Almudena Solana came into the literary scene in 2002 with her extraordinary first novel “El currículum de Aurora Ortiz” which was highly acclaimed in the British media. Speaker: Almudena SolanaChair: Jenny Culank, director of the play “The Curriculum Vitae of Aurora Ortiz” THURSDAY 17TH NOVEMBER, 18.30“MARCELO PAIVA” The session dedicated to Brazilian contemporary literature will feature the great Marcelo Rubens Paiva. His book “Feliz Ano Velho” (Happy Old Year) took the Brazilian literary scene by storm, as the narrative of the tragic accident that left him severely disabled captivated the nation.Since 2003, he writes the blog for the Brazilian newspaper Estadão. Speaker: Marcelo PaivaChair: Hugh O’Shaughnessy, prize-winning journalist
FRIDAY 18TH NOVEMBER, 18.30“AUTHOR IN FOCUS: TOMAS ELOY MARTÍNEZ”One of Latin America’s most beloved writers, Tomás Eloy Martínez left us with an extraordinary legacy crucial to understanding the contemporary history of Argentina. He is the acclaimed author of captivating page turners and award winning novels such as Santa Evita, Peron’s Novel and The Tango Singer translated to dozens of languages and read by millions.On the occasion of the publishing of his posthumous novel Purgatory come and meet a panel of experts and Tomas Eloy’s son for an unforgettable evening celebrating the life of one of Latin America’s finest writers of his generation. Speakers: Ezequiel Martinez, son of Tomas Eloy MartinezAlicia Borinsky, novelist, poet, literary critic and closed friend of Tomás Eloy MartínezChair: Oscar Guardiola-Rivera, writer, art critic and philosopher

 

 

Organised by ACALASP and FOYLES

With the support of the Ibero-American Embassies in the UK

 

14 -18 November 2011

FOYLES Bookshop

113-119 Charing Cross Road

London WC2H 0EB

 

www.foyles.co.uk

Free entry but registration is essential

please email events@foyles.co.uk

 

 

 

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