Monthly Archives: July 2016

Troubled Brazil

The last couple of years have not gone well for Brazil.  Our friends in Brazil are frightened.  They are afraid to let their children go out on the streets unaccompanied.  The economy is in recession, dozens of high-level Brazilian politicians … Continue reading

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Why has this blog gone quiet?

Instead of putting energies into this blog, Roa Lynn has been at work on her third novel.  It is the story of a difficult love affair between a Brazilian and an American set in the maritime shipping industry.

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Roa Lynn’s essay in The New Yorker

Roa Lynn has just published an essay  at The New Yorker’s web site about the extraordinary events of the day she visited Pablo Neruda at his home in Isla Negra, Chile.    

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