June 11, 1952 – Geraldo Eduardo Ribeiro Carneiro is born in Belo Horizonte, the son of Geraldo de Andrade Carneiro and Dulce Ribeiro Carneiro. Later adopts the literary name Geraldo Carneiro, and the pseudonym Gérard Éluard du Kar´Nehru.

1955 – Moves with his family to Rio de Janeiro.

1974 – Publishes Na busca de sete-estrelo.

1976 – Lectures at the University of Paris, France, as a guest poet.

1979 – His play Lola Moreno, writen together with Bráulio Pedroso is staged.

1980 – He publishes Verão vagabundo.

1982 – His play Lola Moreno, written together with Bráulio Pedroso, is staged His translated version of Shakespeare's The Tempest is also staged.

1983 – Both his texts written in partnership with Miguel Falabella, Folia do Coração and Apenas Bons Amigos are staged. Also his translation of Shakespeare's The Tempest is staged.

1984 – He publishes Vinicius de Moraes, a fala da paixão.

1985 – His adaptation of Shakespeare's As you Like It is staged. He writes the mini-series Tudo em Cima, which is exhibited in the same year.

1986 – His texts Divina Encrenca and A Bandeira dos Cinco Mil Réis are staged. His adaptation of shakespeare's As You Like It is published in the Cadernos do Tablado.

1987 – He adapts for the theater, Rubem Fonseca's Lúcia McCartney.

1988 – His performatic opera Manu Çaruê with music by Wagner Tiso, is staged. He publishes Piquenique em Xanadu a work for which he receives the Ley Sarney award. He also receives the Ana Cristina César trophy (best poetry book award).

1989 – Adapts for the theater Lulu by Frank Wedekind.

1991 – Adapts As 1001 Noites for the theatre. His translation of Shakespeare's The Tempest is piblished. He adapts for television O Sorriso do Lagarto a novel by the same name written by João Ubaldo Ribeiro, exhibited in the same year.

1992 – His text Imaginária is staged. He participates as a guest author in the II International Poetry Encounter, at the University of Rome.

1993 – Publishes Pandemônio.

1995 – Publishes Folias metafísicas.

1996 – Publishes Leblon: crônica dos anos loucos.

1997 – At present, writes weekly chronicles for the newspaper O Dia and a mini-series inspired on the life of Chiquinha Gonzaga.