Actress, with a Master’s degree in Arts and Languages from the L’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, reading the short-story “O crime do professor de matemática” (“The Crime of the Mathematics Teacher”) from Laços de família (Family Ties), in Portuguese.
Social educator, coordinator of the Instituto Brasileiro de Estudos e Apoio Comunitário (IBEAC) and manager of the community library network LiteraSampa reading the short-story “É para lá que eu vou” (“That’s where I’m going”), in Portuguese.
Literary scholar and activist of the Brazilian Movement of Peasant Women (MMC) reading excerpts from the short-story “A Fuga” (“The escape”) from A Bela e a Fera [Beauty and the Beast], in Portuguese.
Writer and Professor of Anthropology at the Museu Nacional (UFRJ) reading excerpts from the short-story “Uma Galinha” (“A Chicken”), in Portuguese.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology at McMaster University reading excerpts from the short-story “Devaneio e embriaguez duma rapariga” (“The Daydreams of a Drunk Woman”) from Laços de Família (Family Ties), in Bulgarian.
Poet, musician and literary scholar (Unicamp) Beatriz Azevedo reading excerpts from A Paixão segundo G.H. (The Passion According to G.H.) together with poet and musician Moreno Veloso, in Portuguese (see music concert Now/ Agora Clarice).
Lecturer in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Princeton University reading excerpts from A Hora da Estrela (The Hour of the Star) and Água Viva (in Portuguese) and Ashley Roundtree, undergraduate student in Spanish and Portuguese at Princeton University, reading their English translations.
Clarice Lispector’s son and literary executor reading a 1969 letter his mother wrote to him (in Portuguese) and Jimin Kang, undergraduate student in Spanish and Portuguese at Princeton University, reading her translation of the letter into English.
Pulitzer Prize writer and Director of the Creative Program at Princeton University reading excerpts from O lustre (The Chandelier), in English.
Anthropologist and international leader in the field of reproductive justice and gender equality reading excerpts from the short-story “Os obedientes” (“The Obedient Ones”) from A Legião Estrangeira (The Foreign Legion), in Portuguese.