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, 2017) and editor of "People of the Archive" (Gávea-Brown, 2016). He holds a Master's and a PhD degrees 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 In 2012, he received a BNP/FLAD grant to research Pessoa’s unpublished sonnets. In 2015, he became affiliated with CET at the University of Lisbon, 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 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.