This year you don’t need to go to Póvoa de Varzim to listen to the writers participating in the 22nd edition of the Correntes d’Escritas Literary Festival. Over the course of two days, you will be able to see and hear over the internet four conversation tables with authors such as the Brazilian Fernanda Torres, the Camões Hélia Correia Prize, Afonso Cruz or the poet Ana Luisa Amaral.
For the first time, without full rooms, the meeting, which brings together Iberian-speaking writers annually, has the participation of 154 guests, a hundred of whom are authors.
Among the various planned initiatives, the highlight goes to the tribute to Luís Sepúlveda, the Chilean writer who died in April last year, victim of covid-19, a few months after having participated in Correntes d’Escritas.
The author of “O Velho que Lia Romances de Amor” has always been a regular presence in all editions and it was even inspired by a meeting in Spain that this festival was born, organized by the local authority.
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