By Chesney Hearst, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Featuring original essays by ten foreign journalists about their experiences in Brazil, the book "Palavra de Gringo: um olhar estrangeiro sobre o Brasil" (Foreigner's Word: the foreigner's view of Brazil") will launch tonight, Thursday, November 13th, at Livraria da Travassa in Ipanema.
Aimed at Brazilian readers and written in Portuguese, the book features the work of foreign correspondents from countries around the world, including America, Sweden and Morocco. The ten contributors are: Julia Michaels, Jenny Barchfield, Philipp Lichterbeck, João Moreira, Lamia Oualalou, Santiago Farrell, Veronica Goyzueta, Tom . . .