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Leila Miccolis Brazilian Alternative Press collection, 1960-2002 | University of Miami Special Collections

By Finding Aid Authors: Cory Czajkowski, Rudo Kemper, Tim Thompson and Tatiana Faria.

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Collection Overview

Title: Leila Miccolis Brazilian Alternative Press collection, 1960-2002Add to your cart.

Predominant Dates:1982-1998

ID: 04-ASM0654

Creator: Míccolis, Leila

Extent: 121.0 Boxes

Arrangement: Alphabetical.

Formats/Genres: Brazilian literature - 20th century - Periodicals, Brazilian poetry - 20th century - Periodicals, Fanzines, Newspapers, Pamphlets, Periodicals, Political cartoons, Scrapbooks

Languages: Spanish;Castilian, English, Portuguese, French

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Leila Míccolis Brazilian Alternative Press Collection consists primarily of political and countercultural pamphlets and periodicals, concrete poetry, neo-concrete poetry and other vanguard/avant-garde artistic experimentation, fanzines, film reviews, university publications, theater, and musical pieces.

As opposed to the commercial and widely-circulated press of "official" Brazilian governmental venues, the publications contained in the collection especially treat stigmatized or marginalized groups, such as Afro-Brazilians, women, sexual minorities. It accomplishes this goal by utilizing various mediums including literary pieces, editorial cartoons, political comics, sociopolitical critiques of "Brazilianness," humor, and the promotion of ecological and environmental awareness. The collection also contains a large variety of materials from the 1970s Marginália movement, a term used to describe a series of underground publications which circulated during the military dictatorship.

The collection was painstakingly accumulated over the course of forty-five years by Míccolis who decided to place the archive in a North American university so as to assure the preservation of the collection, as well as to prevent its censorship.

Biographical Note

Leila Míccolis (b. 1947) is a Brazilian author, poet, script-writer, and literary critic. A native of Rio de Janeiro, Míccolis holds a Master of Science degree in Literature and Literary Theory from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. She has edited over thirty books, and is internationally renowned for her involvement in the Brazilian poetical generation of the 1970s and 1980s, as well as her scriptwriting for soap operas in the 1980s and 1990s.

In addition to being a participant and authority in Brazilian alternative poetry and literature, Míccolis was also a collector. Her collection was painstakingly accumulated over the course of forty-five years. The collection is of an "alternative" character because it contains materials that reflect countercultural resistance, in its widest possible sense, and includes, but is not limited to, political and countercultural pamphlets and periodicals, concrete poetry, neo-concrete poetry and other vanguard/avant-garde artistic experimentation, fanzines, film reviews, university publications, theater, and musical pieces. As opposed to the commercial and widely-circulated press of "official” Brazilian governmental venues, the publications contained in the collection especially treat stigmatized or marginalized groups, such as Afro-Brazilians, women, sexual minorities, in various forms including literary pieces, editorial cartoons, political comics, sociopolitical critiques of "Brazilianness," humor, and the promotion of ecological and environmental awareness. The collection also contains a large variety of materials from the 1970s Marginália movement, a term used to describe a series of underground publications which circulated during the military dictatorship.

As such, her collection tells the story of contemporary Brazil (1960s to the present) from an "unofficial" perspective, one which often diverts from the stereotypical images of what Brazilians and non-Brazilians alike have come to understand as "brasilidade" (Brazilian character) during the second half of the twentieth century.

Steven Butterman, assistant professor of Portuguese in the University’s Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, came across the Collection while conducting research for his book, Perversions on Parade (Hyperbole Books, San Diego State University Press, 2005), the first book-length scholarly treatment in English of Brazilian poet Glauco Mattoso’s work. Mattoso, who was a co-collaborator in the creation of "Lampiao da Esquina," explored themes of homosexual transgression as a form of cultural resistance. “Ms. Míccolis has managed to preserve a diverse host of alternative voices which sought creative expression despite being officially silenced. Collectively these works represent Brazil’s burgeoning civil rights movement within the surrounding culture of repression,” states Professor Butterman.

Leila Míccolis resides in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Subject/Index Terms

20th century
Brazil - Social conditions - 20th century
Counterculture - Brazil - 20th century
Gay and lesbian studies
Little magazines
Little magazines - Brazil
Music - Brazil - 20th century
Protest literature - Brazil
Sexual minorities - Civil rights - Brazil
Social movements - Brazil - 20th century
Subculture - Brazil - 20th century
Underground press publications - Brazil - 20th century

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions: University of Miami does not own copyright. It is incumbent on the user to obtain copyright from the original author.

Acquisition Method: Gift of Leilla Miccolis.

Related Materials:

See also Robert Levine Papers (ASM0315).

Politics, Literature, and Culture in Brazil: The Leila MÍccolis Collection by Tatiana Faria.

Preferred Citation: Leila Míccolis Brazilian Alternative Press Collection, Special Collections, University of Miami Libraries, Coral Gables, Florida.

Processing Information: Enhanced descriptions and metadata project completed by Collaborative Archives from the African Diaspora (CAAD) intern, Tatiana Faria, under the supervision of Tim Thompson, Metadata Librarian, 2014.

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Additional information may be found within the Leila Míccolis Container List at http://proust.library.miami.edu/findingaids/legacy/asm0654CL.pdf.


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Box 6Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Cabaret, undated-yr. 24Add to your cart.
Holdings: no. 5 (undated); no. 7, 219 (yr. 24). Genre(s): Zine. Subject(s): Anarchism, Literary.
Folder 2: Cabeça de Papel, 1998 AprilAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 1. Published in Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Genre(s): Brochure, Literary Magazine. Subject(s): Education.
Folder 3: Cabeça Feita, 1991 April/May-1982 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 3-4, yr. 1; no. 6, yr. 1 (Jan 1982). Published in Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Genre(s): Newspaper. Subject(s): Film, Culture, Literary, Anarchism.
Folder 4: Caderno C, 2001 April 29Add to your cart.
Published in Cataguases, MG. Genre(s): Newsletter. Subject(s): Literary.
Folder 5: Caderno Cruspiano, n.d.Add to your cart.
Published in São Paulo, SP. Genre(s): Zine. Subject(s): Student housing, Politics, College, Education.
Folder 6: Caderno Painel, n.d.Add to your cart.
Published in São Paulo, SP. Genre(s): Zine, Literary Magazine. Subject(s): Literary.
Folder 7: Cadernos de NATAL, Christmas, 1991 DecemberAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 2, yr. 2. Published in Natal, RN. Genre(s): Magazine. Subject(s): Natal, Theater.
Folder 8: Cadernos de Poesia OficinaAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 5-6; no. 9-10; no. 12-13; no. 20. Pagination: 64-126 pages. Published in Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Selected contents: Escravidão (poem by Roberto Elias), no. 6, page 68 -- Africa (poem by Ana Maria Fabres), no. 6, page 76 -- Cores Maravilhosamente Reais (poem by André Pestana), no. 6, page 100 -- Dança da Morte (poem by Paulo Fatal), no. 9, page 50 -- Os Novos Algozes (poem by João Barcellos), no. 10, page 16 -- Os Tronos (poem by João Barcellos), no. 10, page 17 -- Um Pivete no Rebouças (poem by João Barcellos), no. 10, page 18 -- Escravidão (poem by Graça Borges), no. 10, page 21 -- Liberdade (poem by Anita Vaz), no. 10, page 28 -- Canto de Amor Á Mãe Africa (poem by El Negro), no. 12, page 65 -- Abolição (poem by Arlete Moreira dos Reis), no. 12, page 66 -- Mãe Africana (poem by El Negro), no. 13, page 42. Genre(s): Literary Magazine. Subject(s): Metapoetry, Oppression. Contributors: Francisco Igreja (coordinator), Horácio de Souza (editor), Mirian de Carvalho (editor), Juju Campbell (editor), Leda Miranda Hühne (editor), Heli Samuel (editor), Ana Maria Fabres (poet), Lilia Muniz Borges (promoter), Jorge Cosendey (promoter), Nélio Silva (copy editor), Paulo Fatal (poet), Rita Braga (poet), Américo Valle D. Cruz (poet), Roberto Elias (poet), João Barcellos (poet), André Pestana (poet), Aramys P. Silva (poet), Sérgio Gerônimo (collaborator), Carlos Villar (copy editor), Ricardo Almeida (poet), Antonio Carlos Rocha (poet), Bottari (poet), Arlete Moreira dos Reis (poet), Luiz Linhares (poet), El Negro (poet).
Extent: 7 volumes
Folder 9: Cadernos de Teresina, 1989 December 9-1991 AugustAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 9, yr. 3 (Dec 9, 1989); no. 11-12, yr. 5-6 (Aug 1991). Pagination: 110-112. Published in Teresina, PI. Selected contents: Escola de cangaceiros (article), no. 11, page 6 -- Danças e Folguedos Folclóricos do Piauí (article by Noé Mendes de Oliveira), no. 11, page 27 -- História da Mulher Escrava no Piauí (article by Alcebíades Costa Filho), no. 12, page 23 -- Corações da Terra (poem), no. 12, page 72. Genre(s): Magazine. Subject(s): Culture, Urban Exploration, Teresina. Contributors: João Cláudio da Silva (editor), Marleide Lins de Albuquerque (editor and layout designer), Glória Sandes (consultant), Alvaro Luis Carneiro (editor), Jairo Cezar Sherlock de C. Araújo (editor), Kleyton José Amorim Marinho (editor), Maria Aldenires de Sousa Lima (editor), Coêlho,Pollyanna Jericó Pinto ( editor), Silvana Maria Santana de Oliveira (editor), Carlos Ramos (layout designer), Gabriel Archanjo (layout designer), Cícero Manoel (illustrator), Alcide Filho (photographer), Rosinha (photographer), Luis Mota (photographer).
Extent: 3 volumes
Folder 10: Cadernos do IFAN, 1995Add to your cart.
Holdings: no. 10. Published in Itatiba, SP. Genre(s): Magazine. Subject(s): Bioethics, Politics, Medicine.
Folder 11: Cadernos Estudos Afro-Asiáticos, 1978 May-1978 AugustAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 2, yr. 1. Printing: offset. Paper: 180 g laminated cover, 75 g white paper core. Contains articles and short essays on topics and issues related to Africa and Asia. Published in Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Selected contents: Colonialismo, Racismo, Descolonização (article by José Maria Nunes Pereira), page 16 -- Quatro Poetas Negros Brasileiros (article by David Brookshaw), page 30 -- Livros: A Sinologia no Brasil (article by Severino Bezerra Cabral Filho), page 68. Genre(s): Magazine. Subject(s): Africa, African Studies, Afro-Brazilian, Afro-Asian. Contributors: Candido José Mendes de Almeida (editor), Candido Mendes (director), José Maria Nunes Pereira (vice-director), Carlos Augusto de Oliveira Lima (editorial coordinator), Hamilton Magalhães Neto (editorial coordinator), João Augusto de Oliveira Carneiro (editorial coordinator), Maria Helena de Oliveira Barbosa (editorial coordinator), Severino Bezerra Cabral Filho (editorial coordinator), Victor Vockerodt (editorial coordinator), Williams da Silva Gonçalves (editorial coordinator), Almir Castro (editor), Hélio Jaquaribe (editor), Hélio Silva (editor), Luiz Alberto Bahia (editor), Sérgio Pereira da Silva (editor), Vicente Barreto (editor), Antônio Seara (artist), Paula Seara (artist).
Extent: 1 volume (72 pages)
Folder 12: Cadernos Literários, 1982 May-1984 JulyAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 6 (May 1982); no. 31 (Jul 1984); no. 52 (undated). Pagination: 46-54 pages. Printing: offset. Published in Porto Alegre, RS. Selected contents: Meu Poema (poem by Alsina Alves de Lima), no. 6, page 4 -- Raízes (poem by Alsina Alves de Lima), no. 6, page 11 -- Confusão (poem by Adenildo Miranda da Silva), no. 31, page 7 -- Francisco Teles (featured author), no. 52, page 4. Genre(s): Literary Magazine. Subject(s): Metapoetry, Love. Contributors: António Soares (director), Rovílio Costa (director), Marlene Mello (secretary), Santa Inèze Domingues da Rocha (copy editor), Danilo Braga (artist), Alsina Alves de Lima (poet), A. Isaías Ramires (poet), Aparecida de Oliveira Gomes (poet), Ethel Graca Pacheco (poet), Willy Tavares (poet), Adenildo Miranda da Silva (poet), Cida Melo (poet), Geraldo Alverga (poet), Irene Ponciano de Moraes (poet), Rafael Costa (poet), Marciano Vasques Pereira (poet), Francisco Teles (poet), Marisa Fillet Bueloni (poet), Ivone Bohrer (poet), Carlos Eduardo Andrade (poet).
Extent: 3 volumes
Folder 13: Cadernos Pedagógicos e Culturais, 1993 May-1993 DecemberAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 2/3, v. 2. Published in Niterói, RJ. Genre(s): Magazine, Poetry. Subject(s): Education, Gender, Film, Literary, Pedagogy.
Folder 14: Cadernos Pela Vidda, 1990 September-1992 SeptemberAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 0 (Sep 1990); no. 4-5 (Apr-Sep 1992). Published in São Paulo, SP. Genre(s): Newspaper. Subject(s): AIDS, Health.
Folder 15: Cadernos Reler, 1978Add to your cart.
Holdings: no. 1-2, yr. 1. Pagination: 8 pages. Printing: offset. One sheet folded into 4 parts to make 8 pages. Pages are not numbered. Contains poems on various topics by different authors. Published in Recife, PB. Selected contents: Afroamor (poem by Carlos Lima), no. 1. Genre(s): Zine, Poetry. Subject(s): Literary. Contributors: Gustavo E. V. Motta (director), Pedro Américo (editor), Manoel Motta (editor), Mauro Pereira da Luz (composer), José Nildo de V. Motta (layout designer), Carlos Lima (poet), Ronaldo Oliveira (poet), Maria Bethania R. Cunha (poet).
Extent: 2 volumes
Folder 16: Caetano Veloso, 1987 July-1988 JanuaryAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 1-2. Genre(s): Fanzine, Zine. Subject(s): Caetano Veloso, Music.
Folder 17: Cagúlo Clipping, February/MarchAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 1, yr. 1. Notes: folder includes note to Leila. Published in São Paulo, SP. Genre(s): Fanzine, Zine. Subject(s): Comics.
Folder 18: Camarim, 1999 June-2000 SeptemberAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 9, yr. 2 (Jun 1999); no. 11-13, yr. 2-3 (Aug 1999-Apr); no. 15-17, yr. 3-4 (Sep 2000-Feb). Published in São Paulo, SP. Genre(s): Magazine. Subject(s): Theater.
Folder 19: Cambio Negro, 1987 OctoberAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 2, yr. 1. Repressão X (interview with Gato amd Tony, members of the band), page 4 Published in Fortaleza, CE. Genre(s): Newspaper. Subject(s): Music, Punk. Contributors: Silvia Cardoso (editor), Ivo Augusto (editor), Luciano Sá (collaborator), Rossana Schiarntolla (collaborator).
Extent: 1 volume (6 pages)
Folder 20: Camuskaze, n.d.Add to your cart.
Notes: folder includes note to Leila. Genre(s): Illustration, Zine. Subject(s): Anarchism, Humor.
Folder 21: Canal Livre, 1983 September-1984 JuneAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 1-6, yr. 1-2 (Sep 1983- Feb); no. 8-9, yr. (Apr-Jun 1984). Pagination: 8-12 pages. O Pulo do João: Vai Procurar Na Alemanha O Apoio Que Não Encontrou No Brasil (article), page 10 Published in Conselheiro Lafaiete, MG. Genre(s): Newspaper. Subject(s): News, Culture. Contributors: Maury Pereira (director), Cristina Jardim (journalist), Prates (commercial director).
Extent: 8 volumes
Folder 22: Canalha, A, 1990Add to your cart.
Holdings: no. 1, yr. 1. Published in Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Genre(s): Zine, Poetry. Subject(s): Literary.
Folder 23: Canalha Urbana, A, 1988 AprilAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 1. Published in Rio de Janeiro, RJ. Genre(s): Zine, Poetry. Subject(s): Literary.
Folder 24: Cantam os PoetasAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 10. Published in Juiz de Fora, MG. Genre(s): Literary Magazine, Poetry, Zine. Subject(s): Literary.
Folder 25: Cântaro, O, 1984-1985Add to your cart.
Holdings: no. 0, yr. 1 (1984); no. 4, yr. 1 (1985). Published in Olinda, PE. Genre(s): Literary Magazine, Poetry, Zine. Subject(s): Literary.
Folder 26: Canteiro, 1983 NovemberAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 1, yr. 1. Typewritten. Contains poetry, news, comic strip, cartoons, humor. Published in Salvador, BA. Selected contents: Mais Um (article by Miguel de Moura, Jr.), page 1. Genre(s): Literary Magazine, Zine. Subject(s): Humor, Oppression, Literary. Contributors: Franklin Moura (editor), Miguel de Moura Jr. (editor), Carlos Silva (poet), Aricy Curvello (poet), Manuel Mayan (poet), Leila Míccolis (poet), Batista de Lima (poet), Teresinka Pereira (poet), Pedro do Amaral Costa (poet).
Extent: 1 volume (8 pages)
Folder 27: Cânticos do Albatroz, 1996 March-JuneAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 2-3, yr. 1. Pagination: 4 pages. Notes: folder includes note to Leila. Contains articles, poetry, illustrations, and advertising. Published in Barbacena, MG. Selected contents: O Que É Materialismo Dialético (article by Edgard Malagodi), no. 2, page 2. Genre(s): Newspaper. Subject(s): Literary, Philosophy, Music. Contributors: Andityas Soares de Moura (director), Carlos Alexandre Paiva Ferreira (director), Gráfica e Editora Cidade de Barbacena (printer), Edgard Malagodi (author), Luiz Henrique Trindade (poet).
Extent: 2 volumes
Folder 28: Canto da Poesia, 1995 July/AugustAdd to your cart.
Holdings: no. 00, yr. 1. Published in Maringá, PR. Genre(s): Literary, Newsletter, Poetry.

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