Denise Pereira started writing poetry when she was ten, having been fascinated by words and their musicality since an early age. In 2011, she began publishing her poems online in a blog called Janela Inquieta. She holds a PhD in History, Denise Pereira started writing poetry when she was ten, having been fascinated by words and their musicality since an early age, she is a poet and performer who believes that words have the magical power to transform, heal and connect. In 2011, she began publishing her poems online in a blog called “Janela Inquieta”. She holds a PhD in History, Philosophy and Heritage of Science and Technology by Universidade Nova de Lisboa. She has been participating regularly in Poetry Slam competitions since 2014, and in 2016, created a music-poetic performance called “Marioneta Inquieta” (The restless puppet), which was performed several times in Lisbon and once in Berlin. She moved to Berlin in August 2016 and she has since been participating in poetry readings and events (Berlin Poesiefestival; Rötkappslam – European Day of languages; The Groove Poetry Show; Domicilium; Berlin Spoken Word; Walk in my words). She is also a singer, currently performing as a soprano for the Berlin Acabellas.
Poems “Tundra” and “Ilusão de Óptica” in Liberoamérica – Revista Iberoamericana de Literatura, Cultura e Igualdad. Available in: https://liberoamerica.com/author/marionetainquieta/
Poem “Hotspot” in “Liberoamericanas – 60 poetas contemporâneas”, Argentina, 2018.
Poems “Exame de Rotina” and “Obituário” in Caderno Poético: Portugal Slam!, Vol. 1: Retrospectiva, Lisboa, 2017.
Visões da Psiquiatria, Doença Mental e República no Trabalho do Psiquiatra Luís Cebola (1876-1967): uma abordagem histórica nas encruzilhadas da psiquiatria, ideologia política e ficção, em Portugal, na primeira metade do século XX [Visions of Psychiatry, Mental Illness and the Republic in the Work of the Psychiatrist Luís Cebola (1876-1967): an Historical Approach in the Crossroads of Psychiatry, Ideology, Politics and Fiction, During the First Half of the Twentieth Century]. Doctoral Thesis (2015), available in: https://run.unl.pt/handle/10362/16309.