I’m used to carrying pen and paper with me since I can remember. I started writing at cafés, where I spent most of my childhood afternoons with my aunt and grandmother, as an escape to entertain myself.

My first “head to toes” fantasy story was written by the age of 11, "O Mundo da Imaginação".

At school, I used to create storylines in group projects, went to the finals of a Portuguese Language Contest, and my rush-before-the-class poem “O que eu gostaria de ver da janela do meu quarto“ was read twice during class. I was also that person who’d write a full paragraph of 7 sentences for a two-line answer in exams.

At 18, I started writing for gaming fansites inside a young adult multiplayer online community. Some examples linked via muckrack. One year later, I even created my own called "Café Pixelado" which ended up closing afterwards.

At 23, I compiled all of my writing volumes. Also had started a monthly blog but ended up deleting it.

Article samples can be seen on Medium.

At 24, I started publishing some of my poems across open submissions poetry websites.

By December 2021, I started a weekly publication #CatchUpSundays on Medium.

Across time I’ve published texts and poems in anthologies by Chiado Editora, a Portuguese publisher:

  1. ‘Entre o Sono e o Sonho’ – Antologia de Poesia, October 2018 with “13-Olha não sei. Sei lá” in Uma Coleção de Poemas
  2. ‘Colectânea de Contos de Natal – Volume I, da Chiado Books’, December 2018 with “Mais uma Ceia” in Expelindo Epifanias
  3. ‘SMS - Colectânea de Micro Narrativas Ficcionais - Volume I’, January 2019 with “Micro Narrativa” in Expelindo Epifanias
  4. Antologia de Poesia Contemporânea “Entre o Sono e o Sonho Vol. XII’, December 2020 with “9) Unnamed” in Uma Coleção de Poemas
  5. Antologia da Literatura Livre “Liberdade” Vol. II, April 2021 with “À vontade” in Expelindo Epifanias
  6. Antologia de Poesia Contemporânea “Entre o Sono e o Sonho - Vol. XIII”, December 2021 with "À Janela" in Uma Coleção de Poemas