Veritas Filia Mendacii Est (Portuguese, 2012)
To Freedom (Portuguese, 2013)
"I love in Portuguese", Literature Today, Vol. 4
"Shrine", Literature Today, Vol. 5
The Constituent (2015, Portuguese, Martins Pena Award)
Callista (Portuguese, English, Chinese, French, Spanish, Latin, 2015)
The Creation of Pindorama (Portuguese, 2015)
The Venerable Virtues of Men (Portuguese, 2016). Still to be published.
Brasil Encantado (Portuguese, 3 vols) - Monastery, Gorender Expedition, Ministry (2013)
Thirty Bucks to the Devil (Portuguese, 2014)
Penthesilea (English, 2014) Ana Paula Arendt, Luíza Manhães, R. P. Alencar. Still to be published.
"Suele Ser Así" (Spanish, 2016). Still to be published.
"Almost Sonnets" (English, 2016).
"Wo de Long" (Chinese, 2016).
Memories of the Prince of Talleyrand (Portuguese, 2015)
The Simple Things of Life (Portuguese, 2016)
"The Utopia" (English, 2013)
"99 Noms de Dieu" (French, 2016)
The House of Mommy Marmoset (Portuguese, French, 2014)
The Complete Story of the Three Wise Kings (Portuguese, 2013)
The King and the Fairy (Portuguese, 2013)
Convention of the Rights of Birds and Nestlings (Portuguese, 2014)
The Breeze and the Wind (Portuguese, 2015)
Ana Paula Arendt Wikipedia
Ana Paula Arendt (born 1980), pseudonym of R. P. Alencar, is a writer, a poet, and a Brazilian diplomat. She is an author of children books, of screenplays, and of poem collections in Portuguese, English, Spanish, French, and Chinese, some poems in Latin and in German. She published Veritas Filia Mendacii Est and To Freedom. Among her most recent works are the awarded play in classical verse The Constituent, the marginal romance Thirty Bucks to the Devil, and the epic poem Penthesilea.
She was born and raised in Rondonia. She has lived in Rio Branco and spent some time at the Kaxarari tribe, in many cities of Rondonia, when she was a child, and then in São Paulo, Montevideo, and Brasilia.