By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As this year's edition of the International Literary Festival in Paraty (FLIP) enters the weekend, audiences have been exposed to pressing social debates and have three more days of thought-provoking sessions to look forward to before the wrapping on Sunday, July 29th.
In the setting of a more intimate 16th edition of FLIP, last night (Thursday, July 26th) brought authors Djamila Ribeiro and Selva Almada . . .