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Vinni Corrêa

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Vinni Corrêa
Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, BR

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Vinni Corrêa is a Brazilian poet, visual artist, humorist, journalist and a researcher of eroticism and sexuality.[1]. Born in Rio de Janeiro, 1981[2], he is an enthusiast of the Brazilian Porn Art Movement (a transgressive Brazilian avant-garde movement that use pornographic poetry against military dictatorship)[3]. He is the author of four books of erotic poetry: Coma de 4 (2012); Literaturaa de Bordel (2015); Lunch Box (2015); and Sexo a Três (2018). In 2012 he created a erotic poetry slam called Fresta Literária - sarrau de poesia erótica[4][5][6], in 2015 it appeared on Sex in The World's Cities (Rio de Janeiro - S01E14), a TV serie documentary produced by Ladybirds Films and exhibited on Paris Première channel[7].

Writing Style[edit]

The pornpoet works the discontinuity of obceneity in language, eliminating any taboo imposed on words by breaking arbitrariness, the fixed relation defined between a word and its image, and does it using pun, questioning the rigidity in the meaning that society gives to things and why it affirms a content as obscene, thus proposing not only a reinvention of language but also the reinvention of the erotic. The disturbing effect in his work is much more in the metaphors produced than in the official image attributed to profanity[8]. The poet Antonio Miranda called his visual poetry as animaverbivocovisual, a variation of Verbivocovisual, as well as the concrete poetry of Augusto de Campos, Décio Pignatari, and Haroldo de Campos[9]. It is often possible to identify an influence of absurdity and surrealism in his poetics[10]



  • Coma de 4 (São Paulo: Editora All Print, 2012) ISBN 978-85-411-0048-9 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png.
  • Literatura de Bordel (São Paulo: Editora Perse, 2015)
  • Lunch Box (Rio de Janeiro: Autografia, 2015) ISBN 978-85-552-6300-2 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png.
  • Sexo a Três (Rio de Janeiro: Jaguatirica, 2018) ISBN 978-85-566-2137-5 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png.


  • Grandes Poetas do Século XXI: o livro oficial do Sarau Poesia & Arte (Rio de Janeiro: Illuminare, 2016 - Org. Leandro Ervilha e Marcio Muniz)
  • MEGA: antologia da oficina literária Cairo Trindade (Rio de Janeiro: Personal, 2014 - Org. Cairo Trindade)
  • II Antologia de Poetas Brasileiros Contemporâneos (Salvador: Clube dos Autores, 2013 - Org. Elenílson Nascimento)[11]
  • Antologia de Poetas Brasileiros Contemporâneos (Salvador: Clube dos Autores, 2013 - Org. Elenílson Nascimento)[12]
  • A Palavra em Prisma: antologia VI (São Paulo: Via Lettera, 2008)

External links[edit]


  1. "Vinni Corrêa". vinnicorrea.com. Retrieved Aug 28, 2018.
  2. Poetas del Mundo website, accessed 28 August, 2018
  3. Article in Jornal da Facha - Faculdades Integradas Helio Alonso - Sep/Oct 2015 p. 3.
  4. "Programa Penetra". Sexy Hot. Playboy TV. 14 Sep 2013.
  5. Article in Folha Dirigida (Caderno de Educação) - 7 May 2013
  6. Interview for a Brazilian radio broadcast
  7. MARQUES, Brenda. Imersão Latina Institute. Aug 2013.
  8. Article in Conexão Literatura Magazine. Sep 2018 ISSN 2448-1068
  9. http://www.antoniomiranda.com.br/poesia_visual/vinni_coorea.html
  10. NASCIMENTO, Elenílson. Antologia de Poetas Brasileiros Contemporâneos. Clube dos Autores, 2013.
  11. BASTOS, Demervan. Folha Ilustrada - 25 Jan 2014
  12. Opt. cit.

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