By Sarah de Sainte Croix, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Michael Kepp’s second book of personal chronicles, Tropeços Nos Trópicos – Crônicas de um Gringo Brasileiro (Stumbling in the Tropics – Tales of a Brazilian Gringo) was released last week. Following the success of his first book Sonhando com Sotaque (Dreaming with an Accent), his latest collection of essays takes a closer look at the differences between Brazilian and American culture.
Born in the mid-western city of . . .