The Pleasure You Suffer: A Saudade Anthology

The Pleasure You Suffer A Saudade Anthology Saudade reportedly has no direct English translation it s a Portuguese word describing the nostalgic longing for something that may never return or may not exist This feeling can be strangely comfort

  • Title: The Pleasure You Suffer: A Saudade Anthology
  • Author: Gerald Brennan Leanna Gruhn Steve Karas Ben Tanzer Matt Pine Liz Yohe Moore Giano Cromley Chris Reid
  • ISBN: 9780986092268
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Paperback
  • Saudade reportedly has no direct English translation it s a Portuguese word describing the nostalgic longing for something that may never return, or may not exist This feeling can be strangely comforting author Manuel de Mello calls it A pleasure you suffer, an ailment you enjoy It permeates the music of Brazil, another nation steeped in slavery and sadness and the hSaudade reportedly has no direct English translation it s a Portuguese word describing the nostalgic longing for something that may never return, or may not exist This feeling can be strangely comforting author Manuel de Mello calls it A pleasure you suffer, an ailment you enjoy It permeates the music of Brazil, another nation steeped in slavery and sadness and the hope for a better life Yet this heartsick yearning s actually very familiar to those of us born and raised in North America we often call it the blues This saudade themed anthology explores this fascinating emotional territory in exciting poems and stories from a range of new and up and coming authors pieces that linger after the last page is turned.

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    1. Gerald Brennan Leanna Gruhn Steve Karas Ben Tanzer Matt Pine Liz Yohe Moore Giano Cromley Chris Reid

      Gerald Brennan is a self described corporate brat who hails from the eastern half of the continent but currently resides in Chicago He graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point, and later earned a Master s from Columbia University s Graduate School of Journalism He s the author of Resistance, Zero Phase Apollo 13 on the Moon, Project Genesis, Ninety Seven to Three, and Public Loneliness Yuri Gagarin s Circumlunar Flight He s been profiled in Newcity, and his writing has appeared in the Chicago Tribune, The Good Men Project, and Innerview Magazine he s also been a co editor and frequent contributor at Back to Print and The Deadline He s into Camus, Dostoyevsky, Koestler, Hitchcock, Radiohead, and The National, but you can also catch him reading Jim Thompson and even sneaking in some Wahida Clark from time to time He s also a huge Martin Scorsese fan.

    918 thoughts on “The Pleasure You Suffer: A Saudade Anthology”

    1. Great collection of wistful and wonderful stories and poems from the never disappointing Tortoise Books. Highly recommend it!


    2. Why is it that the greatest suffering always involves someone or something that we love? Perhaps because the loss of, the imperfection of, the mere existence of pleasure invites pain. In The Pleasure You Suffer, authors inquire into this phenomenon of pleasure’s linkage to pain through short stories and poetry.From bad relationships to unrequited love, from parental issues to dissatisfaction with employment, the authors of The Pleasure You Suffer explore the pain in pleasure through a variety [...]


    3. A bit of an uneven collection. Some really great pieces, some not so much. There were quite a few typos (a pet peeve of mine) and it was oddly printed in a very large font.



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