Orfeu Negro is a Lisbon-based independent publishing house. Its catalogue focuses on essays and picture books. Founded in 2007, Orfeu Negro is now a main reference concerning books on performance, dance, cinema and arts in general, promoting the works of Jacques Rancière, RoseLee Goldberg and Gilles Deleuze, among others. It is also at the forefront of creating critical thinking on issues of gender and post-colonial studies, with authors such as Judith Butler, bell hooks, Angela Davis and Virginie Despentes. Its children’s books series, Orfeu Mini, offers excellence in illustrated content and detail design. Featuring award-winning artists such as Oliver Jeffers, Peter Brown, Catarina Sobral and Benjamin Chaud, Orfeu Mini brings the best of storytelling and illustrating to its readers around the world.
Language(s) of publication: Portuguese (Portugal).