Jaqueline Conte

Jaqueline Conte has a degree in Communication – Journalism (UEL), an area in which she worked for about 20 years, 12 of them coordinating the Communication Department of the Public Ministry of the State of Paraná (Brazil). She is an expert in Photography (UEL), in Marketing and Advertising (ISPG), in Creative and Collaborative Economy (ESPM) and in Production and Multiplatform Editorial Management (PUC-PR). In 2019, she completed her Master’s Degree in Language Studies (UTFPR), in the area of Language and Technology (Contemporary Aesthetics), with the thesis “The interactive digital book for children: materiality and evanescence, demand and market – a study of the Jabuti award-winning app-books”. She is a poet and a children’s writer; author of the books: “Na casa amarela do vovô, Joaninja come jujubas” (MercadoLivros, 2016), “Passarinho às oito e pouco” (Insight, 2019) and “Os jornais de Geraldine” (Arte & Letra, 2019), in addition to the book of poetry “Céu a Pino” (Patuá, in press). She is a member of Coletivo Era Uma Vez, a collaborative group that brings together writers and illustrators of children’s and youth literature from Curitiba (PR, Brazil) and of Leitura na Tela, a group of researchers dedicated to the study of digital children’s literature.

Ciência Vitae: https://www.cienciavitae.pt/portal/5A1E-C708-156E

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8879-3129