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Presentations by eight brazilian writers/researchers about their work based on Creative Writing

In October 2023, for the first time in its history, the Frankfurter Buchmesse will host an event on Creative Writing. On 10/20, the brazilian group Studies on Creative Writing, created in 2016, will have the honor and pleasure of sharing works by eight writers/researchers: Adriano Portela, Bibiana Simionatto, Fred Linardi, Guilherme Azambuja Castro, Luís Roberto Amabile, Maria do Carmo Nino, Patricia Gonçalves Tenório and Raldianny Pereira.

The group was born in August 2016 and dialogues around the research area of the writer and PhD in Creative Writing (PUCRS) Patricia Gonçalves Tenório, organizer and teacher of residential classes. Its first public presentation took place on October 2017, at the 11st Pernambuco International Book Biennial.

In 2018, the group performed at Cultura Bookstore, in Recife and Porto Alegre, with theoretical classes taught by Patricia.

As of 2019, the group entered the academic environment with the extension course (2019.1) and the collaboration in the creation of the Creative Writing specialization (2019.2, partnership between Unicap/PUCRS). And in 2020, it won the world, virtually, with the free online courses Studies on Creative Writing (2020) and The Worlds Within (2021).

On the occasion, five books by the writer Patricia Gonçalves Tenório will also be released.

I Workshop on Creative Writing at Frankfurter Buchmesse

When? 10/20/2023, from 2 pm to 5 pm

Where? Hall 5.0 – Exchange Room (Stand B 158)

© Jaíne Cintra/Studies on Creative Writing



Ludwig-Erhard-Anlage 1
60327 Frankfurt am Main

Studies on Creative Writing in Brazil
Free access


© Guilherme Azambuja

Guilherme Azambuja


© Bibiana Simionatto

Irka Barrios


© Fred Linardi

Fred Linardi


© Maria do Carmo Nino

Maria do Carmo Nino


© Adriano Portela

Adriano Portela


© Raldianny Pereira

Raldianny Pereira


© Luís Roberto Amabile

Luís Roberto Amabile


© Mariana Guerra

Patricia Tenório

Author, professor, CEO of Studies on Creative Writing