Side Jams, Episode 12: Fernando Ribeiro

Moonspell’s literary frontman
Fernando Ribeiro.
(Photo by Edgar Keats.)

I always appreciate chatting with someone who has a love for books and the written word.

For Episode #12 of Side Jams, the singer and lyricist for Moonspell discusses his love for writing, reading, and editing poetry and books. He runs his own media company, Alma Mater Books & Records, and he has translated works by H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, and Richard Matheson into Portuguese.

This is the first time I ever spoke with Fernando, and we also did an interview for a Billboard feature about the reissue of Moonspell’s seminal album, Sin/Pecado.


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