Author Archives: Fábio Fernandes

About Fábio Fernandes

Fábio Fernandes is a writer living in São Paulo, Brazil. He has published two books so far, an essay on William Gibson's fiction, A Construção do Imaginário Cyber, and a cyberpunk novel, Os Dias da Peste (both in Portuguese). Also a journalist and translator, he is responsible for the Brazilian translation of several prominent SF novels, including Neuromancer, Snow Crash, and A Clockwork Orange. His short stories have been published in Brazil, Portugal, Romania, UK, New Zealand, and USA. Recently, he contributed with a story for Ann and Jeff VanderMeer's Steampunk II - Steampunk Reloaded. His articles and reviews have been published in Fantasy Book Critic, Tor.com, and b0t.

Brazil and its Literary Tradition (science fiction notwithstanding)

The problem, I think, is the niche.

Posted in December 2010, November 2010 | Tagged , , | 16 Comments

Paraíso Líquido

Luiz Bras: Paraíso Líquido Terracota This is a book you won’t be able to read in English in the near future. Published as a free edition under the auspices of the government of the State of São Paulo, Paraíso Liquido … Continue reading

Posted in October 2010 | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment