At 45 years of age, Jaime Garcia Dias has recently received the ABC Award of Brazil Dummy Literature to add to his collection of prestigious awards. Jaime Diaz is the unique and original writer of excellent literary works that have emerged from the Brazilian community.
Born in born in the city of Rio de Janeiro, he began his career as a youth. His father was Arnaldo Diaz, a writer and a journalist, and a great influence on his son Jamie. Jaime used his father’s published works as study tools and devoured every one. His first public reading was at age 18 and he chose one of his father’s books. After this reading, Jaime developed a passion for literature and joined others in Rio de Janeiro to study the Letters.
The Career Of Jaime Diaz
From 1993 – 1997, Mr. Diaz taught teens who were considering going on to the University in Literature. In 1997, he became manager of the Carioca Literature Academy and continued to teach and develop new classes for aspiring young writers in the literary field. In 2007, he became the principal and the academy flourished. It became known as having the largest collection of literature in Brazil.
By this time he was 30 years old and had published 10 books, he was honored to be accepted into the White Crane. The White Crane is an organization that accelerates author’s names across South America and around the world. This award was instrumental in projecting the name of Jaime Garcia Diaz into Europe and was great exposure for Mr. Diaz.
His next work was one of his most predominant works entitled “Fell from Heaven,” which quickly was highly honored by the Argentine writer Joshua Gomez. This recognition caused to propel Diaz even higher into the literary world. Fell from Heaven was recognized throughout South America and was the focus at the Latinos Books Meeting in 2003 in Argentina.
In 2013, he offered the highest respect to his father by writing a publication of a chronic “Wise.” This chronic opened the doors for Jaime to be invited to submit his work to the weekly Jornal de Brazil, a famous literature notebook where he contributed for over two years. Following that engagement, Jaime wrote and released a new book called the “Chronicles that Made Me Man” that honored his father. The chronicles consist of childhood stories as seen from the eyes of both Jaime as youth and his father, Arnaldo Dias.
Jaime Garcia Diaz has received five significant literary awards among his 20 published works: Fell from Heaven, Two Ways, Canal, Clouds and Tiny. Jaime Diaz is considered one of the leading writers of fiction literature in Brazilian literature.