Interview with Geraldo A. Seabra

What do your fans mean to you?
Our fans are the main reason and incentive to continue to develop our writer working on journalism of the universe and games like information and news.
What are you working on next?
We are working on other books in the series of two volumes of the Frankenstein Galaxy and Theories of NewsGames.
Who are your favorite authors?
WOLTON, Dominique; CASTELLS, Manuel; BERLO, David Kenneth; PARENTE, André; SANTOS, Luciene A.; WOLF, Mauro
What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
First, always review and delight me with the matchless love of my wife. Then comes everything else that the world seems to have overlooked: how the love between people, the actual values of mankind, the warmth of a family gathered around noble principles and the capitalist massacre of humans with vile agreement media-based advertising and journalism.
When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
Thinking about issues that can develop to make the lives of ordinary people more palatable.
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
Searching on search engines.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
Yes, I think, were love letters the request of a schoolmate. Luckily, the stories created in the letters meant that its bearer was awarded first girlfriend kiss.
What is your writing process?
Be deeply indignant ... Without false modesty, I dare say you write like Ernest Hemingway when the world saconde out of bed with bad news, especially those in which the average citizen is treated as second-class people.
What process you used for the cover design?
In Frankenstein Galaxy design work from the merger of the images of descoficação Adam Turing machine and the Nazi machine segretos data encryption. In this way I think we can synthesize the advent of a new genre of news: the news from simulation data.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
Book Dibs, Itself Search Even. The book tells the story of a withdrawn boy, full of quirks and behaviors nonstandard regulated by society. He does not speak. Does not socialize. He lives in his closed world. The school where he studies, concerned about its development, called a psychologist to close a diagnosis and follow up with the child's treatment. The link that comes from there is exciting. The search for answers, the revolt by the coldness of the family and the discovery of a suit and super-intelligent boy who hides behind his strange behavior. In fact, Dibs was not an autistic but classified in the group of patients with Asperger syndrome, a milder form of autism. When I read the book's impact was profound because it allowed me to reduce self-censorship and advance without fear and unravel the mysteries of my being galaxy.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
1 - Bibs, searching for yourself - It helped me to find my world
2 - The little prince - because recounts the challenges and delights of living on the surface
3 - Machiavelli - because it helped me understand the Alan Turing's mind
4 - The capital - that makes us understand the crisis of immigrants in Europe
5 - Network society - reducing the world at the touch of a mouse
Published 2015-09-02.
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