Rio Hosts International Book Fair in Centro’s France-Brazil House

Happening for the first time in Rio de Janeiro, the "Salão Internacional do Livro" will promote the work of veteran and promising lusophone authors until April 4th.

By Beatriz Miranda, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This Wednesday, March 28th, cultural center Casa França-Brasil (France-Brazil House), in Centro, opened the "Salão Internacional do Livro," a book fair aimed at promoting lusophone literature. Happening in Rio for the first time, the event will gather veteran and promising writers, debates, and workshops until next Wednesday, April 4th.

Originally conceived by Brazilian publishing house, ZL, seven years ago, the "Salão Internacional do Livro" was born from a project called "Portuguese language authors across the world," and has already been hosted in places such as New . . .

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