'Untouchable. The pure enjoyment of the game of words, well-aimed thoughts quick as razors; your story, my story, the name of Portugal, a mood above tears; clairvoyant and revealing, a demonstration of the single force of poetry. If this is not great poetry, let the dogs tear my shins. Thanks for writing in as well esters. »Pedro Paixao
About the Author: Rosalina Marshall (Lisbon, 1976)
She studied philosophy at the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of the Universidade Nova in Lisbon. Postgraduate degree in translation by the Chartered Institute of Linguists. Participated in the exhibition Tinta nos Nervos and in the newspaper Oficina dos Cegos. She lives in London and has two dogs.
Publisher: Companhia das Ilhas
Number of pages: 48