‘Noite dentro da noite is one of the most astounding novels published in Brazil in recent years’- Daniel Galera
Joca Reiners Terron was born in Cuiabá, Mato Grosso in 1968, and lives in São Paulo. He is a poet, writer and graphic designer. He was an editor at the independent Brazilian publishing house Ciência do Acidente and is now a regular contributor to the prestigious newspaper, Folha de São Paulo. Joca Terron has won the National Library Foundation’s Machado de Assis prize in 2010 for his novel Do fundo do poço se vê a lua (From the Bottom of the Well You Can See the Moon). He was the founding editor of the independent publishing house Ciência do Acidente. Recently, he was responsible for organising the Brazilian Rocco press’s ‘Otra língua’ (Another language) collection, which brought well-known but previously unpublished works by Spanish-American writers such as Cesar Aíra and Mario Levrero to Brazil for the first time.