Egoísta #73


Property of Estoril-Sol, Egoísta, serenely avant-garde, has asserted itself within the national and international publishing market as a cult object – differentiated and original. Egoísta is not an ordinary, commercial magazine, it is synonymous with contemporaneity and its themes promote reflection and thinking. See if you can catch it.

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Recipes for life

Produced in the midst of the pandemic, this edition of Egoísta offers an altruistic issue entitled Recipes for Life.

Ranging from a story in Fortaleza do Guincho to a collection of poems by Nuno Júdice on how to prepare the ideal salad, the magazine invites us to reflect on humanism through the portfolio of Kelly Dassault, who shares with us the life of Mexican migrants on the US border.

Francisco José Viegas tells us about the true joy of family recipes and others, while Maria João Leite identifies emotions, objects, spaces that are themselves recipes that make life a better place to live.

Three Grams of Words to Be Happy is the short story written by Patrícia Reis, and How (Not) to Live Life, by Wasted Rita, gives us more precise indications.

Sponge Cake takes José Luís Peixoto down other paths, and Gonçalo F. Santos photographs the intimate space of the bed.

The Art of Laughter comes to us through the pen of Rita Ferro, and Lara Roseiro warns us, in her portfolio, that “I am more of a cake person”.

Sérgio is Maria Manuel Viana’s short story, and Meete Juulsgaard’s recipes are served with Martin Kaufmann’s photographs.

Bottom line? As Oscar Wilde used to say, “I adore simple pleasures. They are the last refuge of the complex.” There’s nothing simple about Egoísta, so see if you can catch it.

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