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DONATE to: Rattapallax, Inc. is a not-for-profit publisher and film production company. It is the only literary organization dedicated to issues of globalization, literature, poetry and films. Our goals are to create international dialogue using literature and focus on what is relevant to our society. Your contribution will be tax-deductible; and receive a special gift. You can either make a check or money order payable to: Rattapallax. Our address is 217 Thompson Street, Suite 353, New York, NY 10012 USA. Or you can also make a donation by credit card at www.justgive.org or use Network for Good.
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Rattapallax’s program are supported, in part, by public funds from the National Endowment for the Arts. Past financial supporters include New York Council for the Humanities, New York State Council on the Arts, Asian American Arts Alliance, Theater Development Fund, Iran Heritage Foundation, Experimental TV, Australia Council for the Arts, and others.
Ram Devineni (President of Rattapallax) is a filmmaker, publisher and founder of Rattapallax Films and magazine. He produced, edited and directed the feature documentary, The Human Tower, which was shot in India, Chile, and Spain. He produced and directed a three-part travel documentary TV series called On the Road about endangered languages shot in West Africa, Asia, and the Middle East and showing on LINK TV; and highly popular web-series called, Verse: A Murder Mystery on Koldcast TV.
Flávia Rocha (Magazine’s Editor-in-chief) is a Brazilian poet and journalist. She holds an M.F.A. in Writing from Columbia University, and is the author of two poetry books, both published in Brazil, A Casa Azul ao Meio-dia/ The Blue House Around Noon (Travessa dos Editores, 2005) and Quartos Habitáveis (Confraria do Vento, 2011). She has edited anthologies of Brazilian poetry for magazines Rattapallax (U.S.), Poetry Wales (U.K.), Papertiger (Australia) and Respiro (Romania). Translations of her poems have appeared in a number of magazines in the U.S. and abroad. In the area of film, she is a founder of the Academia Internacional de Cinema, a film school located in São Paulo. She currently lives in Portland, Oregon.