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Felipe Franco Munhoz

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Felipe Franco Munhoz was born in São Paulo in 1990. He holds a bachelor's degree from the Universidade Federal do Paraná. In 2010, he received a grant from the Brazilian National Foundation for the Arts for his novel Mentiras (Nós, 2016), inspired by the work of Philip Roth. Between February and March 2016 he published, together with Marcelino Freire and Carol Rodrigues, a series of daily micronarratives in the Macau-based newspaper Ponto Final. His works of short fiction have been published widely, including in The Huffington PostGazeta do PovoRascunho, and Cândido. 

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