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Hora de ir : contos / João Anzanello Carrascoza.

João Anzanello Carrascoza, 1962- author.

[São Paulo, Brazil] : Dulcinéia Catadora, 2010.

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  • Title:
    Hora de ir : contos / João Anzanello Carrascoza.
  • Author: João Anzanello Carrascoza, 1962- author.
  • Contributor: Dulcinéia Catadora, issuing body.
  • Subjects: Recycling (Waste, etc.) -- Brazil -- São Paulo; Chapbooks, Brazilian -- Specimens; Cartonera books -- Brazil -- Specimens; Artists' books -- Brazil -- Specimens; Small presses -- Brazil -- Specimens; Small presses; Recycling (Waste, etc.); Artists' books; Cartonera books; Chapbooks, Brazilian; Brazil; Brazil -- São Paulo
  • Publication Details: [São Paulo, Brazil] : Dulcinéia Catadora, 2010.
  • Language: Portuguese
  • Description: Contents: Antes do almoço -- A segunda cartilha -- Hora de ir.
  • Identifier: System number: 019434178
  • Notes: One of the "Libros cartoneros" currently being produced by the non-profit community-based editorial collaborative Dulcinéia Catadora, launched in São Paulo in 2007 by artist Lúcia Rosa. Texts are bound in covers made from pieces of recycled cardboard boxes salvaged from the garbage by cardboard scavengers or "catadores", and hand-painted by them in unique designs.
    Recycled corrugated paperboard binding with unique hand-painted acrylic paint embellishment by members of Dulcinéia Catadora.
    "The collective Dulcinéia Catadora was the first Brazilian cardboard publishing initiative. It was launched in 2007, following a collaboration between Lucia Rosa and Peterson Emboava with members of Eloísa Cartonera during the 27th São Paulo Biennial. Currently, it operates within a recycling cooperative in São Paulo, with the intensive participation of Andreia Emboava, Maria Dias da Costa, Eminéia dos Santos and Ágata Emboava – four women who work daily in recycling – and artist Lúcia Rosa. Since 2007, Dulcinéia has published over 130 books of poetry, prose, as well as works by contemporary Brazilian artists. The books are made by cardboard collectors and other professionals who participate in the collective. Dulcinea’s fundamental point is sustainability, based on a strategy of income generation that consists in selling the books and passing this sale value on to the collectors who made them, discounted the production costs"--Cartonera Publishing.
    Bibliography note: Includes bibliographical references (page 28) and index.
  • Physical Description: 28 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Shelfmark(s): General Reference Collection RF.2019.a.313
  • UIN: BLL01019434178

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