Eduardo Pitta

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Eduardo Pitta
Eduardo Pitta.jpg
Born (1949-08-09) August 9, 1949 (age 69)
Lourenço Marques Maputo Mozambique
Occupation Novelist, Poet, Critic
Nationality Portuguese
Website
www.eduardopitta.com

Eduardo Pitta (born August 9, 1949) is a Portuguese poet, fiction writer and essayist.

Bio and work[edit]

Born in Lourenço Marques, now Maputo, on August 9, 1949, he lived in Mozambique until 1975. He had published ten books of poetry. A large selection of that corpus of poems was collected in Desobediência, 2011. It is represented in several anthologies of contemporary Portuguese poetry. A significant number of his essays and critical writings have been collected in six volumes. In 2013 published a memoir, Um Rapaz a Arder. His poetry and prose have appeared in various magazines and anthologies in Portugal, Spain, France, Brasil, Colombia, England, Israel, USA and, in his early years (1968–1975), in Mozambique. Now he writes literary criticism at the Portuguese magazine Sábado.

Personal life[edit]

Pitta was legally married in 2010 with Jorge Neves, his partner since 1972.

Works[edit]

Poetry[edit]

  • 1974 Sílaba a Sílaba
  • 1979 Um Cão de Angústia Progride
  • 1983 A Linguagem da Desordem
  • 1984 Olhos Calcinados
  • 1988 Archote Glaciar
  • 1991 Arbítrio
  • 1999 Marcas de Água
  • 2004 Poesia Escolhida
  • 2011 Y si Todo, de Repente? / Spanish anthology
  • 2011 Desobediência

Fiction[edit]

  • 2000 Persona, short stories, 2007 revised ed.
  • 2007 Cidade Proibida, novel

Essay and critic[edit]

  • 2002 Comenda de Fogo
  • 2003 Fractura
  • 2004 Metal Fundente
  • 2007 Intriga em Família
  • 2010 Aula de Poesia
  • 2014 Pompas Fúnebres

Memoir[edit]

  • 2005 Os Dias de Veneza
  • 2013 Cadernos Italianos
  • 2013 Um Rapaz a Arder

Edited works[edit]

  • 2008 Canções e Outros Poemas by António Botto.

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