Bruno Vieira Amaral wins Short Story Prize Camilo Castelo Branco

The literary award, with a monetary prize of 7,500 euros, organized by APE in partnership with the Municipality of Vila Nova de Famalicão.

The jury was composed by professors, researchers and writers Annabela Rita, António Carlos Cortez and Cândido Oliveira Martins, whose decision was unanimous, according to a statement from the organization.

The Short Story Prize Camilo Castelo Branco, instituted in 1991, by the APE, sponsored by the Municipality of Vila Nova de Famalicão, is intended to award annually a work in Portuguese language by a Portuguese author or Portuguese-speaking African country, published in book, in the first edition, during the year prior to the award (in this case, 2020).

Born in 1978, Bruno Vieira Amaral, graduated in Modern and Contemporary History from the Higher Institute of Labor and Business Sciences, is a writer, literary critic, translator, and author of the blog “Circo da Lama”.

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