Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Brazilian writer. I write. For the screen, mostly. Also for the page and stage. http://davidfmendes.com
2,899 words in 11 moments in 6 cities since May 31st, 2014
Rio de janeiro — Not all people like airports. Most people actually dislike them. But there are those who appreciate airports. I do, and a few of my friends do too. People who don’t enjoy the airport experience focus ...
Curitiba — Are you like me, you panic if you don’t have a book with you on a flight? I don’t remember the last time, if ever, I boarded a plane without reading material. Lots of it. Usually I would carry on at l...
Rio de janeiro — It’s eleven PM and I’m getting out of a movie called The Canyons. I’m not sure what I think about the film, do I like it or not and why, and it is with this kind of cinephile reasoning in mind that I ...
Just type "Thomas Pynchon"
One note about two characters
Looking at trees with a foreign eye.
Someone else's past.
Airports as parallel realities.
Having serious fun (and serious work) with the delightful help of John August's Writer Emergency Pack.
Me and Pedro Almodóvar in the twentieth century.
Reading in airplanes.
It's 11pm. I get out of a movie theatre and get a taxi cab. And what follows is violent.
The whereabouts of a book