One of my stories (“Phone Number”) was included in the 2016 anthology by Flash Fiction Magazine. The e-book was published on Mar 1st 2017 and is available both in electronic form and paperback from Amazon.com. The story is also included in the thicker paperback edition combining Issues 1-3.
Flash fiction is a term used to describe fictional work of extreme brevity. In the case of this collection, the stories range from one paragraph to three pages (up to 1000 words).
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Some of the reviews that mention my story:
I wrote a technical/industry article for November/2016 issue of Networks Europe on the status and effects of IoT adoption in how we design the IT infrastructure. The article is here.
I authored a technical/industry article on multi-factor authentication for the October issue of Data Center Journal. The article is here.
Phone Number is a story about a chance encounter at a traffic light becoming the trigger for re-evaluation.
It was published on Flash Fiction Magazine on October 26th, 2015.
Flash Fiction is a format that is shorter than the traditional American Short Story and attracted me because its stories often take the same structure as the Brazilian “cronicas” I grew up reading. Usually, stories are 1000 words or less (about 3 pages).
Read story at Flash Fiction Magazine
While this is not fiction, it is the first book I co-wrote and self-published in 2009.
It is available for free viewing at SlideShare.
It is also available for purchase (though I don’t know why you would) at Lulu and the Apple iTunes Store.
This is my page dedicated to writing.
Reading was an early talent and passion. Writing followed as a consequence. Telling stories was not. Fiction writing is a relatively new endeavor to me. I guess the stories I collected were fermenting somewhere. But I feel it is time get them out of the bottle.
I first read and wrote in Portuguese. My early influences include the classics of Brazilian and Portuguese literature and poetry. I spent the most time reading Machado de Assis, Fernando Pessoa, Jorge Amado, Carlos Drummond de Andrade, José Saramago, Luis Fernando Veríssimo.
Later in my adulthood, I sampled a bit of global literature and read some of the classics, but not in a structured way. My favorite author is Milan Kundera.
I have taken several fiction writing workshops online and at Stanford University. My work has not been published anywhere (yet).