Posts by Kathleen McCaul Moura

Selling São Paulo

Free Khurram Parvez

After the Olympics

City of God

On the ‘Baghdad Bulletin’

‘We are favela!’

Kathleen McCaul Moura is the author of two novels. As a journalist she has worked for the BBC, the Guardian and al-Jazeera. She is working on a PhD at the University of East Anglia, investigating the way the infrastructure and architecture of São Paulo affect the literature created there.

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