Bruna Kalil Othero is a Brazilian writer, performer, teacher and researcher. Ph.D. student in Portuguese (Indiana University - USA) and Master of Arts in Brazilian literature (UFMG - Brazil), she researched the erotic-pornographic literature of Hilda Hilst and is currently studying brazilian national identity in contemporary literature. Author of the poetry books Oswald pede a Tarsila que lave suas cuecas (2019, Ministry of Culture award), Oswald le pide a Tarsila que le lave los calzones (2021, translation by Paula Abramo and published in Mexico), Anticorpo (2017), Poétiquase (2015), and the fiction artist-book Carne (2019). Organizer of two essays anthologies about Brazilian women writers. Her unpublished book Tinha um Pedro no meio do caminho received an award by the Special Secretary of Culture in Brazil (2019). Other areas of interest include gender, race and cultural studies.
Bruna Kalil Othero
Doctoral Student, Portuguese