Seeing full circles: The flipside of a literary festival

In a cold, but sunny Saturday of early October 2014, I embarked on a trip to Aldenburgh, England, to volunteer at a festival of Brazilian literature called Flipside. What I didn’t know is the literature I’d be attempting to do after my return. Analysing the influence of Liz Calder, British book editor, over the event, as well as over Brazil’s cultural circuit, this mix of profile and essay brings some details on the birth of Brazil’s biggest cultural event and its former patroness.

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