Vítor Nogueira’s poetry presents an extraordinary assurance in rhythm and vocabulary which, together with an intelligent assembling of his idea of a book (as a cohesive and minutely sequenced unit), leads to the assertion that he can be envisaged as one of the most important poets of his generation.
Manuel de Freitas
Vítor Nogueira was born in Vila Real, a town in the northeast of Portugal, where he still lives and works in cultural management.
Poetry books since 2000: Senhor Gouveia (2006), Bagagem de mão (2007), Comércio tradicional (2008), Mar largo (2009), Quem diremos nós que viva? (2010), Modo fácil de copiar uma cidade (2011), Este é o meu Corpo, antologia de poemas sobre o pão (2013), Segunda voz (2014), Amanhã logo se vê (2015), Cantochão (2017), Falésia (2019), Rés-do-chão (2021).