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19 Set
19.09.2017

books

  • fragmentos de um paradoxo – self-publishing (2014)

fragmentos de um paradoxo_é um livro que escrevi para mim. Precisava, não apenas de conservar em papel algumas farrapos, memórias, mas, essencialmente de exorcizar alguns demónios que me têm arrastado continuamente para o abismo. Como as ideias que queria colocar em papel eram de natureza tão diversa e sem relação umas com as outras utilizei a gravidez da minha adorada mulher como estratégia de ligação. Chamei o livro de “fragmentos” porque é feito de pedaços soltos que tentei colar – como sabia à partida que tão tarefa não teria sucesso anexei, igualmente, a palavra “paradoxo“. Isto faz algum sentido?

O que sentirá um homem enquanto espera o nascimento de um filho, principalmente durante o último mês dessa grande metamorfose? Em Fragmentos de um Paradoxo de Paulo Brito, um homem retrata esta recta final através de situações mundanas, escritas num tom humorístico. São pedaços e recortes de memória intercalados com a ansiedade do momento; histórias no meio de uma história que nos faz pensar na nossa condição humana.
“Regressus ad originem”
“Progressus ad futurum”
Mercie Pedro e Silva

  • sons of man – Black Scat Books (2017)

sons of man_Move over Mona Lisa, the subject of René Magritte’s classic painting Le fils de l’homme (1964) has been transformed into an iconic Everyman — forced to confront the forces of contemporary life. Artist Paulo Brito reanimates the mysterious figure in a series of satirical collages you won’t soon forget.
The future of Dada is here!

short fiction and…

Here’s the list of my stories that have been published so far. This list includes poems, drabbles, drawings and even some articles of political intervention. I tried to list everything that was published; if there is any error it’s my fault.

PUBLISHED

2018

  • a bottle & a gourmet bottle (a collage)  (Le Scat Noir #231 – Black Scat Books)
  • lo maté (Certámenes Literarios miNatura)

2017

  • eram 26 (Revista Amanhecer, 2017)
  • pollice verso (Revista Amanhecer, 2017)
  • she had her father’s face, he had his mother’s face (a drawing)  (Le Scat Noir #228 – Black Scat Books)
  • bigpole, mermaids versus fishmongers  (Le Scat Noir #228 – Black Scat Books)
  • lol, camouflage 03.0 – art auction  (Le Scat Noir #228 – Black Scat Books)
  • tic tac  (Le Scat Noir #228 – Black Scat Books)
  • bigpole, what qualities can be asked from a potato (Le Scat Noir #227 – Black Scat Books)
  • lol, camouflage 09.0 – in the desert (Le Scat Noir #227 – Black Scat Books)
  • lol, camouflage 02.0 – yelapa (Le Scat Noir #227 – Black Scat Books)
  • lol, camouflage 01.0 – and all begins (Le Scat Noir #227 – Black Scat Books)
  • bigpole, memories (Le Scat Noir #225 – Black Scat Books)
  • how to win a conversation (Le Scat Noir #224 – Black Scat Books)
  • dead pool (drawing) (Le Scat Noir #224 – Black Scat Books)
  • 1,000 stars (poetic diversity – 04.2017)
  • bigpole, the great nightmare (Le Scat Noir #223 – Black Scat Books)
  • son of man hands job (collage)  (Le Scat Noir #223 – Black Scat Books)
  • no naked flame (collage)  (Le Scat Noir #223 – Black Scat Books)
  • son of man with worm (collage)  (Le Scat Noir #222 – Black Scat Books)
  • bigpole, questions and answers (Le Scat Noir #221 – Black Scat Books)
  • no harmony (Le Scat Noir #221 – Black Scat Books)
  • two can (collage)  (Le Scat Noir #221 – Black Scat Books)
  • pin-UP  (a drawing)  (Le Scat Noir #221 – Black Scat Books)
  • killing (10 words) (Dime Show Review)
  • no time (10 words) (Dime Show Review)
  • i’m not a killing robot (collage) (Le Scat Noir #220 – Black Scat Books)
  • human octopus (drawing) (Le Scat Noir #220 – Black Scat Books)
  • pollice verso (Le Scat Noir #220 – Black Scat Books)
  • a shadow of me – with hat on! (photo) (Le Scat Noir #220 – Black Scat Books)
  • i just tried to do a ghost (drawing) (Le Scat Noir #220 – Black Scat Books)
  • the world and a window (revista miNatura #154 – theme: gato)
    • el mundo es una ventana (spanish version)
  • penis aquarium (collage) (Black Scat Review #17 – Black Scat Books)
  • gallery of penis (collage) (Black Scat Review #17 – Black Scat Books)
  • snooze time (50 words and drawing) (Le Scat Noir #219 – Black Scat Books)
  • son of man with arrow (collage) (Le Scat Noir #219 – Black Scat Books)
  • square face 2.0 (drawing) (Le Scat Noir #219 – Black Scat Books)
  • nose diving (drawing) (Le Scat Noir #219 – Black Scat Books)

2016

  • unhappy memories (revista miNatura #153 – theme: d. quixote)
    • recuerdos infelices (spanish version)
  • sqare face 1.0 (drawing) (Le Scat Noir #218 – Black Scat Books)
  • echooooooooooooooooo (50 words and drawing) (Le Scat Noir #218 – Black Scat Books)
  • woman (drawing) (Le Scat Noir #218 – Black Scat Books)
  • the pee cock (drawing) (Le Scat Noir #218 – Black Scat Books)
  • lol, camouflage 7.0 – bus 88 (Le Scat Noir #217 – Black Scat Books)
  • the devil inside me (Black Scat Review #16 – Black Scat Books)
  • e com 33 anos (Revista Amanhecer #34)
  • cupido (collage) (Le Scat Noir #215 – Black Scat Books)
  • bodybuilding (collage) (Le Scat Noir #215 – Black Scat Books)
  • central vacuum (revista miNatura #151 – theme: superpoblación)
    • aspiración central (spanish version)
  • scented mystery (Oulipo Pornobongo – Anthology of Erotic Wordplay – Black Scat Books)
  • they were 26 – (Black Scat Review #15 – Black Scat Books)
  • grass-copter (collage) (Black Scat Review #15 – Black Scat Books)
  • butter-fly (collage) (Black Scat Review #15 – Black Scat Books)
  • where is the rewind button? (101 Word Short Stories, 24.01)
  • f1 (revista miNatura #148 – theme: deep web)
    • f1 (spanish version)
  • loading (revista miNatura #148 – theme: deep web)

2015

  • noise (poetic diversity – 11.2015)
  • why mr. matias? (Black Scat Review #13 – Black Scat Books)
  • you wan a fower? (Black Scat Broadside #7 – Black Scat Books)
  • tseng lan hui (revista miNatura #145 – theme: the moon)
  • a sacred dialectic (101 Word Short Stories, 29.07)
  • and at 33 years old (revista miNatura #144 – theme: devil)
    • y con 33 años (spanish version)
  • white on black (revista miNatura #141 – theme: cosmogonies)
    • blanco en negro (spanish version)
  • lie down, stay, drop it, say au au (Rubicon: An Anthology of Literary and Artistic Work Inspired by Oscar Wilde’s De Profundis – Sybaritic Press)
  • do not kill in our backyard (revista miNatura #140 – theme: space western)
    • no matéis en nuestro huerto (spanish version)

2014

  • a very unusual request (Flash Fiction Magazine, 30.12)
  • deus ex machina (revista miNatura #139 – theme: dune universe)
  • haja ânimo (Revista Amanhecer #32)
  • yes, the beer is certified! (This is utter nonsense #9 – Black Scat Books)
  • layers of emptiness (revista miNatura #137 – theme: paranormal activities)

    pornobongo 3

    • capas de vacío (spanish version)
  • the lunar tickle (The Ironic Fantastic #3)
  • chris harrendence (The Ironic Fantastic #3)
  • scented mystery (Oulipo Pornobongo #3 – Black Scat Books)
  • the lovers (Black Scat Review #8 – Black Scat Books)
  • oculi organization: see and not be seen (revista miNatura #136 – theme: spyfi)
    • la organización oculi: ver y no ser visto (spanish version)
  • the meeting (revista miNatura #134 – theme: b-movies)
    • la reunión (spanish version)
  • shy heahrug (Issue 13: Come One, Come All! To the Southern Fried Freak Show!)
  • the caron family (revista miNatura #133 – theme: vampires)
    • la familia caron (spanish version)
  • the tapas plate (revista miNatura #133 – theme: vampires)
    • la tabla de tapas (spanish version)

2013

  • the tower of babel (Sein und Werden: OuLiPo)
  • CAT (a drawing with the letters CAT) (More Than a Feline by Rhys Hughes)
  • a very unusual request (The Ironic Fantastic #2)
  • o que é a cidadania? (Revista Amanhecer #31)
  • vazio? eis a questão… (Revista Amanhecer #31)

2010

  • alarme (Revista Amanhecer #28)
  • o fadista (Revista Amanhecer #28)

1994

  • mário soares é amigo! (Notícias de Barcelos, 15.12)

1988

  • silêncio (Barcelos Popular, 14.04)

1987

  • hino à gloriosa pátria e seus habitantes! (Barcelos Popular, 22.10)

1986

  • dupla personalidade (Revista Amanhecer #4)
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sangria in the sangraal by rhys hughes

19 Dez
19.12.2016

Esta nova – ampliada – edição, publicada pela Eibonvale Press, tem mais 2 histórias do a edição da Ex Occidente Press e continua a ser um mimo.
É sempre um prazer (re)descobrir Rhys Hughes.

a minha escolha

15 Abr
15.04.2016

Rhys Hughes tagged me for this. In your status line list 10 books that have stayed with you.

Don’t take more than a few minutes. Don’t think too hard. They don’t have to be great works, or even your favourites. Just the ones that have touched you.
Tag 10 friends including me so I’ll see your list.

Books that have stayed with me?

  1. L’Éducation sentimentale (Gustave Flaubert)
  2. Splendeurs et misères des courtisanes (Honoré de Balzac)
  3. Le Rouge et le Noir (Stendhal)
  4. The Dispossessed (Ursula K. Le Guin)
  5. War and Peace (Leo Tolstoy)
  6. Brave New World (Aldous Huxley)
  7. After Such Knowledge (James Blish)
  8. Le Matin des Magiciens (Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier)
  9. Les jeux sont faits (Jean-Paul Sartre)
  10. À la recherche du temps perdu (Marcel Proust)
  11. The Trial (Franz Kafka)
  12. Thus Spoke Zarathustra (Friedrich Nietzsche)
  13. Demons (Fyodor Dostoyevsky)
  • 2010 – The Coandă Effect (Rhys Hughes)
  • 2010 – O Evangelho do Enforcado (David Soares)
  • 2013 – Experiments at 3 Billion A.M. (Alexander Zelenyj)
  • 2014 – Feather (David Rix)
  • 2015 – Sylvow (Douglas Thompson)
  • 2016 – A Suite In Four Windows (David Rix)

Rules: In your status line, list 10 books that have stayed with you. Don’t take more than a few minutes; don’t think too hard. They don’t have to be great works, just the ones that have touched you. Tag 10 friends, including me, so I’ll see your list.

the messiah of the mannequins

21 Jun
21.06.2015

The Messiah of the Mannequins is the 605th story by Rhys Hughes, of The 1,000 Story Cycle, written in 2011. The story was published in the anthology This Hermetic Legislature: A Homage to Bruno Schulz (2012) by Ex Occidente Press.

I wasn’t feeling the very best today so when I got the chance to read a new story by Rhys Hughes who I’ve always adored I hope to say at last carpe diem.

I closed my ears to the outside noises and then I began the reading… The Messiah of the Mannequins is another wild, non-sense, fantastic, exhilarating tale from Rhys Hughes, a man capable of never fails to fascinate me. The story maybe isn’t real, but it sure is powerful…

The Messiah of the Mannequins is a story that people with an imagination will enjoy, but if you lost your capacity of dreaming you still can give it a try.

mirrors in the deluge

13 Jun
13.06.2015

A real-time review by Paulo Brito.

Mirrors in the Deluge is a collection of 32 unrelated stories that take elements from fantasy, science fiction, horror and other genres and give them a lateral shift. Like much of Rhys’ work these quirky tales between them encompass parody, pastiche and puns. The fun, as ever, starts with the title of each story – gently leading an unsuspecting reader into preconceived ideas and expectations; expectations that are soon spun around, turned on their head (or other extremities), and pushed in an unexpected direction. Thus, even a saunter through the contents page is already a hugely entertaining experience and one more akin to savouring the hors d’oeuvres of a grand banquet than consulting a list of shortcuts into a literary tome.
# quote from http://elsewhen.alnpetepress.co.uk

Mirrors in the Deluge by Rhys Hughes” it was published by Elsewhen Press.

I soon will do a gastronomic review.

This is will be another real-time review thanks to Des Lewis.

the lunar tickle by rhys hughes

18 Dez
18.12.2014

The summer morning reflects all its splendor on the beach’s sand and invites you to swim in the salty sea and the vacationers are not unrelated to this appeal.

Children jump, scream, balls bounce from one side to the other, sand flies, tents are assembled, towels are laid, some goofy eat greedily with their eyes women from top to bottom, others nibbling buttocks here, two breasts there, the lucky ones can foresee briefly after a swim one erect nipple daringly homeless from a bikini; older people proudly display the decrepitude of life; fanatics attempt within 30 days to clean the body of fat accumulated in 11 months of gluttony.

rhys hughes

We see men with dump, round, oval, hairy bellies; we see women with pleats, jelly thighs, with baroque bellies. Some young, sculptural women contrast this symphony of flabby and ribbed flesh, diaphanous they glide at the seaside showing steady buttocks; small breasts are transformed into big breasts thanks to modern the engineering of bikinis, triquinis or swimsuits; large breasts are voluptuously bouncing or flattened reminding sardines in a can…

Unaware of all this is a reader of The Lunar Tickle by Rhys Hughes. And why? Simple. Everything that is inside the book is superior to what may be observed outside its pages. What surrounds him is a pale shadow.

The adventure, the environment has no substantive or adjective that can be glued easily. The best definition for the “The Lunar Tickle” is to say “that there isn’t definition” – this prevents me headaches and close in gold the review: I hope.

this is utter nonsense #9 by black scat books

02 Out
2.10.2014

yes, the beer is certified! é uma das histórias que vai ser publicada na antologia This is utter nonsense #9 pela editora Black Scat Books.

A minha história vai partilhar este número com Jake Alexander, Alphonse Allais, Alain Arias-Misson, Mark Axelrod, Norman Conquest, Farewell Debut, Fiona Duffin, Tom La Farge, Allen Forrest, Ryan Forsythe, Eckhard Gerdes, Rhys Hughes, Janne Karlsson, Teri Lee Kline, Richard Kostelanetz, Michael Leigh, Terri Lloyd, David Macpherson, Samantha Memi, Monika Mori, Yarrow Paisley, Bobby Phillips, Jason E. Rolfe, Doug Skinner, Wendy Walker, and Carla M. Wilson.

Sim, vou ter uma história publicada juntamente com o meu autor favorito.

the ironic fantastic #3

04 Set
4.09.2014

Although the release date of The Fantastic Ironic #3 is scheduled to 07/09/2014 I put today a preview link. The objective is to correct potential errors that may still exist despite the reading and rereading. On the scheduled day will be posted the download link.

The download link at Lulu.

The contents:

02 / Sayings and Paintings
:: by Rhys Hughes
05 / Balloom
:: cartoon by Pedro Lopes
06 / Of Those Immortal Dead
:: story by Anatoly Belilovsky
08 / The Mellon Seller
:: story by Rhys Hughes
10 / Obsessa et Capta and the Treasure of Mossu
:: poem by João Matos
11 / Pagliacci
The Manchurian Can’t-i-date
:: stories by Garret Cook
12 / The Orchid Forest
:: story by Michael Bishop
20 / Quote by William Gerhardie
:: illustration by Pedro Lopes (suggested by Ian Towey)
21 / One and Two
:: books revelead
22 / Palms for the Squirrel
:: review by Larry Nolen
23 / Synthetic Saints
:: review by Joe Iconic (Editor’s Choice)
24 / Deconstructing Religion Through Magical Realism
:: essay by Robert Peake
28 / The Artist
:: by Chris Harrendence
29 / Portable Spill
:: invention by Rhys Hughes
30 / Domestica
:: story by Tantra Bensko
31 / A Poem To Tickle
Chris Harrendence
:: poems by Paulo Brito
32 / IC the Static Iron Fan
:: story by Andrew Coulthard
34 / Magic Realism
:: essay by Rhys Hughes
36 / Books and Style
:: with Kseniya Gomzjakova
37 / Am I Stuck Indoors?
:: poem by Fiona Duffin
38 / Networking Rhymes
:: poem by L.t. O’Rourke
40 / Sisters
:: story by Marie Lecrivain
42 / To My Father
:: poem by Fiona Duffin | photo by César Figueiredo
43 / Tube
:: illustration by Win Leerasanthanah
44 / Magical Realism in a Nutshell
:: essay by Dr. Lois Parkinson Zamora
46 / The Gospel of the Hanged
:: review by Larry Nolen (Editor’s Choice)
48 / Into the Spotlight
:: Tartarus Press
50 / Mr. Esgar Acelerado
:: the cover visual artist
52 / Books That You Must Read
:: books that will change your life and books that will make you smarter
54 / Rhys Hughes answers the Usual Questions
:: interview to Rhys Hughes
56 / Quote by Charlotte Brontë
:: photo by Marie Lecrivain
58 / Tree of Wishes
:: photo by Gisela Monteiro
59 / Illustrations
:: by Pedro Carvalho
60 / Illustrations
:: by Carla Rodrigues
61 / Three and Four
:: books revelead
62 / Feather by David Rix
:: Editor’s Choice
63 / Captains Stupendous!
:: by Rhys Hughes
64 / Sun Dancing In Winter
:: story by Fiona Duffin
65 / Alice Reloaded
:: comic by Carla Rodrigues
66 / Family Sunset
:: comic by Win Leerasanthanah
68 / Voyager Portal
:: illustration by Diogo Carvalho
69 / Five and Six
:: books revelead by David Soares
70 / Tallest Stories by Rhys Hughes
:: review by Paulo Brito (Editor’s Choice)
Adjective and Other Stories
:: by Doug Skinner (Editor’s Choice)
76 / D. Pedro and D. Inês de Castro
:: photo by Gisela Monteiro
78 / In Search of Mammoths
:: story by Allen Ashley
80 / Songs for the Lost
:: by Alexander Zelenyj (Editor’s Choice)
82 / Drawing out doors: Crow laughs
:: comic by Pedro Lopes
83 / Best of All
:: poem by A. Paul Estabrook
84 / And the Golem Played Jazz
:: story by Mat Joiner
87 / The Girl in Red
:: story by Sissy Pantelis
89 / She Stood as Someone From the Dark
:: poem by A. Paul Estabrook
90 / The Pianist
:: illustration by Hugo Teixeira
91 / Air Coral
:: story by Caleb Wilson
93 / world small
:: poem by Michael H. Hutchins
93 / Geneologic Tree
:: illustration by Hugo Teixeira
94 / Quote by Daniil Kharms
:: photo by César Figueiredo
96 / therapy
:: story by Ian Towey
98 / Being a Zombie is No Picnic (it’s a Smorgasbord)
:: story by Mark Terence Chapman
100 / Aquarium
:: story by Anne E. Johnson
102 / 1978
:: story by Ian Towey
103 / The mePhone
:: story by Boris Glikman
105 / Quote by David Soares
:: illustration by Sebastião Peixoto
106 / Revelata Subterranea
:: poem by Boris Glikman
108 / The Garden or Hayfever!
:: poem by Victor Davidson | illustration by Hugo Teixeira
109 / Old Desires
:: poem by Victor Davidson
110 / Selfillumination
:: image AK3D | André kutscherauer
111 / Being a Vampire Sucks!
:: story by Mark Terence Chapman
113 / Amerika In The Sky (In Memoriam)
:: story by Boris Glikman
116 / The Sub-Basement
:: story by Lou Antonelli
120 / And You Told me Again, You Prefer Handsome Men
:: story by Garrett Cook
122 / Being a Werewolf Bites the Big One
:: story by Mark Terence Chapman
123 / Quote by Gabriel García Márquez
:: photo by David Rix
124 / The Young Generation
:: poem by Victor Davidson | illustration by Win Leerasanthanah
125 / Quote by Stanis?aw Lem
126 / What Is Magical Realism, Really?
:: essay by Bruce Holland Rogers
129 / My Grandad
:: poem by Phil Newman
130 / Quote by Rhys Hughes
:: illustration by Chris Harrendence for Rhys Hughes Gibbon
Moon imprint
131 / Quote by Oscar Wilde
:: illustration by Zeeksie (http://zeeksie.deviantart.com)
132 / Willing to Pass Through
:: poem by A. Paul Estabrook
133 / Cold Teddy
:: a tale by Rhys Hughes
133 / Editor Notes
134 / About You and I
151 / Some books by Rhys Hughes

beau présent – second round

24 Ago
24.08.2014

Since 08th August. I have try to publish a Beau Présent every single day.

18 – Rhys Hughes and Mark Lewis
19 – Jason E. Rolfe
20 – Mark Andresen
21 – nothing
22 – Adele Whittle
23 – nothing
24 – Hannah Frederika Lawson

I made others Beau Présents but they aren’t published on the site.

beau présent: rhys hughes

19 Ago
19.08.2014

lipoThe eleventh (18.08.2014) is a Beau Présent that I made for Rhys Hughes.

Guess!
He’s shy…
He’s huge..
He’s grey…
He hugs her – ugh!

Hey!! Guess?
Yes! Yes!
Sure…
He’s Rhys Hughes!!

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