Formas editoriais e literárias de um contemporâneo transcultural: a revista Granta em Língua Portuguesa
This article discusses the relationship between the current editorial project of the magazine Granta em Língua Portuguesa and the literary texts composing its first number, released simultaneously in Brazil and Portugal in 2018. Declaring itself “the verification of a distance and a desire of approximation” between the different Lusophone cultures, this edition presents a collection of unpublished narratives of Angolan, Brazilian, and Portuguese literature. This first transatlantic issue of the magazine suggests a transcultural trace that deserves to be further investigated from the postcolonial, peripheral, Brazilian, and Latin American space in-between.
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