Lino de Albergaria has an undergraduate degree in Portuguese Literature and Communication, and a Master’s Degree in Communication Design from the University of Paris. He was born in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, and lived for some time in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Lino is the author of two novels for adults, but most of his books are written for children and young adults. For the author, the stories themselves are more important than the one who writes them. His favorite literary world is the Moon, which is home to dragons, unicorns, fairies, and giants, as well as a mirror that the writer has to cross through every time he comes back to Earth.
Andrew Martino Austria Berlin Berlin New York Bernardo Marçolla Bernd Schuchter Blue Fairy Brazil contemporaneity contos crônica crônicas drylands environment family Fábio Belo Guimarães Rosa gunmen immigrant Krowd Review LInk and Lerke Lino de Albergaria magazine Mark Miscovich masculinity memoir New York No Degrees of Separation Noga Sklar Noga Sklar Paris poetic prose poetry política Psichology Psicologia Rachel Hildebrandt Socrates Nolasco The Color of the Cities translations USA Vasile V. Poenaru Welcome to America Wolfgang Herman Wolfgang Hermann