|Born||August 7, 1968|
Mariluz, Paraná, Brazil
|📆 Years active||2013-present|
Early life and education
As a child, Max Moreno started becoming interested in literature when he had his first contact with books and read “O Escaravelho do Diabo - Vaga-Lume Collection” at Professor Walter Schepis State School in Guarujá, São Paulo. In the following years, whenever the opportunity to write an essay came up, Max was praised by teachers and classmates. His ability to create engaging stories caught everyone's attention. In 2013, Max wrote his first book, dedicating himself once and for all to literaryCite error: Closing
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<ref> tag in 2014 with the novel "A Outra Sombra" (Editora Multifoco). In 2015, his first book was translated and published by America Star Books, being sold in The United States, Canada, and in The United Kingdom. In 2016, with the short story “Vinte Pratas”, he participated in the Big Buka collection (organized by Afobório - Editora Os Dez Melhores) in honor of the writer Charles Bukowski. In 2019, with the poem “Rastejante”, Max participated in the IV Anthology of Contemporary Brazilian Poetry “Além da Terra, Além do Céu”, an allusion to the poem by Carlos Drummond de Andrade (Chiado Books). In 2020, he had his second book “As paredes eram brancas” published and distributed to several online bookshops in Brazil and all over the world.
|A Outra Sombra||2014||Novel|
|The Other Shadow||2015||Novel|
|Vinte Pratas||2015||Short story collection|
|As paredes eram brancas||2020||Novel|
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- Editora, Os Dez Melhores. "Big Buka para Charles Bukowski". Rio Grande do Sul: Os Dez Melhores. Retrieved 8 June 2020.
- "Citações de Max Moreno". Retrieved 18 May 2021.
- Books, Chiado. "Antologia de Poesia Brasileira". Chiado Books. Retrieved 22 April 2020.
- Rouse, Elis. "Review - As paredes eram brancas". Belo Horizonte – Minas Gerais: Estado de Minas Newspaper - Portal Literalmente UAI. ISBN 9781654271176. Retrieved 22 June 2020.