Carlos Pittella is a poet, researcher, and educator; author of "civilizações volume dois" [poetry] (Palimage, 2005), co-author of "Como Fernando Pessoa pode mudar a sua vida" (Tinta-da-China Brasil, 2016) and editor of "People of the Archive" (Gávea-Brown, 2016). He holds a Master's and a PhD degree in Literature, with a thesis on the sonnets of Pessoa (PUC-Rio 2012). From 2012 to 2014, he worked as curriculum chair at Global Citizenship Experience, Chicago. In 2012, he received a BNP/FLAD scholarship to do research Pessoa’s unpublished sonnets. In 2015, he became affiliated with CET at the University of Lisbon (FLUL), on the project "Fausto: uma existência digital," an online critical edition of Pessoa's "Fausto." In 2016, he prepared the preliminary inventory of the Hubert Jennings papers (now housed at Brown University's John Hay Library), and guest-edited a special issue of Pessoa Plural, dedicated to the Jennings archive. He currently works as Postdoctoral Research Associate at Brown University and may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.