Ivan Ângelo (born February 4, 1936, in Barbacena, Minas Gerais province) is a Brazilian writer who has worked as a novelist, short-story writer, and journalist. He won the Prêmio Jabuti for his books A festa (The Celebration) and Amor? and has received awards from the Association of Art Critics of São Paulo for A face horrivel and Pode me beijar se quiser. He is the former editor of the Jornal da Tarde and has written a regular column for the weekly São Paulo newsmagazine Veja since 1999. He has also lectured at Yale University.
- Homem sofrendo no quarto, 1959
- Duas faces (Two Faces), 1961
- A festa (The Celebration), 1975
- A casa de vidro (The Tower of Glass, English translation by Ellen Watson), 1979
- A face horrível, 1986
- O ladrão de sonhos e outras histórias (The Thief of Dreams and other stories), 1994
- Amor? (Love?), 1995
- Pode me beijar se quiser (You can kiss me if you want), 1997
- O vestido luminoso da princesa, 1997
- História em ão e inha, 1998
- A Democracy of Perception: Ivan Ângelo's "Literatura do Contra"
- (Portuguese) Excerpt from "O ladrão de sonhos e outras histórias," with biography
- (Portuguese) Interview by Cristiane Costa
- (Portuguese) Biography of Ivan Ângelo from Enciclopédia Itaú Culturel
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