Fabrício Corsaletti é poeta, seu livro Esquimó parece muito bom e o poema Seu Nome é ótimo (Plano também é).
Overall, there doesn’t seem to be any convincing evidence that reading on screen or paper is better per se. “If the cognitive component is strong,” suggests Benedetto, “the cultural one is even stronger.” For Margolin, “the preference for reading on paper or a screen seems to be just that: a preference.”
These are rules I've picked up along the way to help me remain invisible when I'm writing a book, to help me show rather than tell what's taking place in the story. If you have a facility for language and imagery and the sound of your voice pleases you, invisibility is not what you are after, and you can skip the rules.
The traditional pleasures of reading are more complex than just enjoyment. They involve patience, solitude, contemplation. And therefore the books that are most at risk from our attention and integrity deficits are those that require a bit of effort.
By that time, at 22, I’d been legally blind for a few years, the result of several failed retinal detachment surgeries. I had a white cane, but I never used it. Once, alone and lost in downtown Washington, I unfolded it, immediately sweating as I felt hundreds of eyes shift onto me. A man who was panhandling grabbed me and showed me the way home.
It made an impression, but it wasn’t enough to sell me on it. The cane stayed in storage. To me, it signified defeat, so I kept it out of sight at college, social events, job interviews — everywhere.
O Guardian elegeu restaurantes com boa relação custo vs. benefício em São Paulo. Entre eles, Riconcito Peruano, Mocotó e Yamaga - que estavam em uma lista de restaurantes baratos que fiz há algum tempo.