Rio’s FLIP Literature Festival Returns to Paraty this Wednesday

This year, the five-day event will gather writers, journalists and artists from all over the world to discuss gender and racial issues.

By Beatriz Miranda, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This Wednesday, July 26th, the FLIP Literature Festival opens in Paraty, the small town just four hours from the city of Rio de Janeiro. Paying homage to Lima Barreto, a Brazilian black novelist from the nineteenth century, the 15th edition of FLIP will promote cultural activities that address race and gender issues.

Considered the most diverse FLIP of to date, this is the first edition . . .

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