EDUARDO BARÃO is a law student from Paraná―with a Southern accent and all. He describes himself as paradoxical, perfectionist, and an idle writer. He started writing at an early age; at ten, he had already written drafts of what one day would become a combination of nostalgia and shame.
Gnawing on crazy ideas to turn them into something digestible, anxiously awaiting positive feedback, and having little time to read anything else but Silvio Venosa―who writes about Civil Law―are only some of his constant concerns.
Influenced by several amateur and professional writers, he saw writing at the end of the tunnel as an escape from his fast-paced routine and the lack of creativity that afflicts youth.