Brazilian literature professes stories of heritage, culture and history in an uncommonly profound manner. Sadly, its journey around the world didn’t happen sooner. Iconic Brazilian writers began documenting monumental events that reflected on the nation’s struggles, heritage, history and culture long before today. Unfortunately, much of these engrossing literary works weren’t translated to reach an English-speaking audience. Today, there’s a fair selection of published Brazilian literature translations. Modern-day Brazilian writers greatly look to the archives of previous literature and well-documented references for inspiration. Jamie Garcia Dias, son of the late Arnaldo Dias, a celebrated Brazilian journalist and accomplished writer is among the finest the nation has to offer.
Now 45, the remarkably proficient Jaime has penned an impressively inspiring collection of 20 published pieces. Of which, he’s received favourably constructive criticisms. He’s ventured outside Brazil, sharing his body of work with the world. He’s often described as an inspiration by young, budding talents. Jaime attended numerous book fairs held at international shores. It’s amazing how it all started. He became passionate about literature early in life. In his memoir, he often recounts the events of childhood when his dad mentored him. A recent journal he dubbed, rather a tribute to his beloved father reflects on his many achievements as a notable writer.
Modern writers like Jaime Garcia Dias have made enormous strides to share authentic Brazilian literature with other realms. Of this book collection, a handful has attracted global interest, including best-sellers, which Joshua Gomez, a phenomenal Latino writer remarked on. He’s a globally recognized ABC Awardee of Brazil. The Rio de Janeiro-native has become an influential leader in the Brazilian literature community. In his early years of exploring literature, he became a distinguished professor of the CLA (Carioca Literature Academy. He initially served a five-year tenure at the institution. With his dedication to improving the scholastic values of the institution, the heads of faculty appointed him leadership in 2007. Now, the academy has advanced its programs and received national recognition as an institution of prestige. In fact, it’s Brazil’s top-ranked school of literature. With Jaime’s profound models on instruction and inspirational ideas, CLA reinvented a sanctuary for young literature aspirants to explore the depths of the craft.
Among monumental achievements listed on LinkedIn, Jaime took home the iconic Garca Branca Award back in 2001. It’s commonly associated with the upcoming literature writers of Brazil. Later, Garca Branca released an impressive selection of Jaime best-selling novels to venture outside the walls of Brazil. In South America, his novels took off, grossing appreciable revenue. In fact, critically acclaimed author Joshua Gomez even remarked on the quality at the LBM (Latinos Books Meeting) back in 2003. He’s received five other awards for his inspiring literary works and he’s spreading the word about new writers every day.