"Os filhos de Mussa Mbiki" Fiction by Ficção José Pinto de Sá
by José Pinto de Sá. Fiction (Short Story). Transeatlântico Collection
Five narratives disenchanted over a war-torn Mozambique, a raw and front account that angrily runs away from the Mother Africa stereotypes used frequently to affirm the universality of Africans.
About the Author: José Pinto de Sá (Beira , Mozambique (1948 )
He abandoned his studies at a very young age and wandered around Europe for seven years, working in the most varied professions. Returns to Mozambique in 1974 and opted for writing. He has already written millions of characters of text to almost any media, including reportage, chronicle, fiction, poetry, criticism, political commentary...
In 1985, in Maputo, he was a founder of the theater group Tchova Xita Duma, where he worked as a playwright and director for over a decade.
He also wrote drama for radio and screenplays for film and signed photonovels. Has translated over a dozen books in English and French.
Publisher: Companhia das Ilhas
Genre: Fiction (Short Story)
Illustrator: José Nogueira Pinto
Number of pages: 48