ANTÓNIO PEDRO RIBEIRO
Was born in Porto in May 68. Despite of this, it was in Braga that he awoke the night, the concerts and the bohemian life. He is the author of 15 books, mostly of poetry, which include “Declaração de Amor ao Primeiro-Ministro”, “Queimai o Dinheiro”, “Dez Pés Abaixo do Mundo” (Anthology), “Fora da Lei”, “Café Paraíso” e “À Mesa do Homem Só”. He is the diseur and lead singer of Sereias. A sociologist, journalist, chronicler, student activist, ex-member of radical left wing parties, ex-candidate to the Republic President's Office, he has been accused of subversive and revolutionary actions in Póvoa de Varzim. He read poetry in Festival de Paredes de Coura, in Quintas de Leitura and in the bars Pinguim and Olimpo in Porto, Juno, Deslize and Tuaregue in Braga, and Pátio in Vila do Conde. He was the lead singer of the bands Mana Calórica, Ébrios and Las Tequillas. He can't stand tedium or big brother and in current days he considers himself an anarchist.