At the end of 2015, nine thousand residents of São Paulo’s central region received at their homes (without any solicitation) a series of leaflets delivered through direct mail, exposing the alleged trickeries of a certain Valfrido. As the story created by the sequence of leaflets progressed, objects present in its narrative began to appear across nearby streets — human billboards, cartage vans and even funeral wreaths. Just over a month and ten leaflets later everything ended. Without any explanations or even a minimally conclusive ending.

This unclassifiable literary-urban-postal experiment is the starting point of the book “Valfrido?”, which unites, jumbles and questions the limits between fiction and nonfiction.