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DISQUIET faculty Annie Liontas’ new memoir Sex With a Brain Injury: On Concussion and Recovery is scheduled to hit shelves in January; you can pre-order it today.
If you’re in the New York City area, check out this project of recent Disquiet alumni:
Cafe Orfeu will take place on November 30th, 6 PM at the Consulate General of Brazil in New York ( 225 East 41st street New York 10017) and will feature the special performance of Eduardo Guterres interpreting Tom Jobim, Jean Charnaux, Guinga, and Sérgio Assad on the guitar; Poems by Danita Cotrin; Photography exhibition by Marcia Borges;Readings of excerpts from the works of writers Vincent Tolentino, Michelle Koza, and Kate Vieira; and a musical performance by Natasha Tavares & Romulo Viana
Don’t miss it, spots are limited! Register at the link: bit.ly/cafeorfeu-luso
Congratulations to 2019 DISQUIET faculty Justin Torres, winner of the National Book Award in fiction for Blackouts, and to Bruna Dantas Lobato, DISQUIET PA and 2018 Luso-American Fellowship recipient, whose translation of Stênio Gardel’s novel The Words That Remain won the National Book Award for translated literature!