Félix Pacheco (August 2, 1879 – December 6, 1934) was a Brazilian journalist, politician, poet, and translator. He was the second occupant of the sixteenth chair of the Brazilian Academy of Letters for twenty-seven years up to his death. He served as both a senator and representative of his home state of Piauí and in the Ministry of the Exterior. As a translator he was dedicated to bringing Baudelaire’s oeuvre into the Portuguese language.