Luanda — The Angolan writer Lopito Feijó is to launch a book entitled "Experimentais Poépicos? on Wednesday, February 20, in Porto city, Portugal.
The book with over 100 pages, whose preface was made by the poet and critical Portuguese writer, Fernando Aguiar, depicts varied themes related to the Angolan daily routine and other countries, said the author to Angop.
According to the author the release of the book will be made by the writer José Alberto Marques during the 20th edition of the Literary Festival dubbed "Correntes d'Escritas" taking place from February 16 to 27.
Born in 1963 in the province of Malanje, João André da Silva Feijó has a law degree and has already published several works and received some awards inside and outside the country.
He has already published other books such as "Entre o Écran e Esperma", "Me Ditando", "Rosa cor - Rosa", "Na idade de Cristo", "Desejos de Aminata" and "Marcas da Guerra".
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