Category Archives: Interviews

Focus On Victoria – Magazine – w/ author paulo da costa

By Amy Reiswig An out-of-the-box thinker, writer, editor and translator believes in daring to be different for the social good. http://www.focusonvictoria.ca/julyaugust-2017/paulo-da-costa-the-midwife-of-torment-other-stories-r5/

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On Writing – Open Book interview with paulo da costa

Interview on Open Book: The idiom “small is beautiful” is often true in fiction – from short stories to microfiction, sometimes the briefest glimpses into an imagined world are the most arresting. The Midwife of Torment & Other Stories (Guernica Editions) … Continue reading

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All Lit Up – Flash Interview

This Short Story Month, we’re interviewing short story writers every Wednesday, here on the All Lit Up blog. paulo da costa’s latest short story collection  The Midwife of Torment & Other Stories (Guernica Editions) is exclusively made up of “sudden … Continue reading

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Interview in Portuguese-American Review

original interview in Portuguese-American Review   Portuguese-American Review – Congratulations on publishing “Beyond Bullfights and Ice Hockey: Essays on Language, Identity and Writing Culture”. What is this book’s genre or category? paulo da costa – The book can be seen … Continue reading

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Writers on Reading: paulo da costa

Writers on Reading: paulo da costa What book is currently on your bedside table? I read several books concurrently. On my night table I always build a leaning Tower of Pisa made of books. I am reading Saunders, Dobozy, Galeano, … Continue reading

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Viva Da Costa

Viva Da Costa by Patricia Robertson   Award-winning writer a hybrid spirit paulo da costa enjoys earthly pleasures now, and then confesses later “The gentle morning breeze found Prudêncio in his hammock, enveloped in a blanket of butterflies. The butterflies … Continue reading

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Adrienne Rich – Does Poetry Matter?

Adrienne Rich has published more than sixteen volumes of poetry, three collections of essays, and a feminist study on motherhood. Her work has been translated into German, Spanish, Swedish, Dutch, Hebrew, Greek, Italian, and Japanese. Her latest book, Midnight Salvage: … Continue reading

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The Magic Is Simply A Door

a   c o n v e r s a t i o n   w i t h   p a u l o   d a   c o s t a by Tamara Kaye Sellman   I HAVE been having a kind of conversation with paulo da … Continue reading

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Da Costa makes sense of the world with his writing;

Ian Doig. Calgary Herald . Calgary, Alta.: Oct 19, 2003 . pg. F.4 Interview with paulo da costa Calgary writer paulo da costa was born in Angola and raised in Portugal, before coming to Canada in 1989. His first novel, … Continue reading

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At Home in Two Cultures

A citizen of the world examines his multicultural identity paulo da costa, in conversation with Fernanda Viveiros In the words of Saint Augustine, “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” It could … Continue reading

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