Brick is an international literary magazine based in Toronto, Canada. Published just twice a year, the magazine is a beautifully produced keepsake filled with essays, interviews, memoirs, travelogues, belles lettres, and casual, idiosyncratic ephemera that can only be described as “Bricky.” In each issue, the world’s best-loved writers have wide, lively, personal discussions about writing, reading, film, art, culture, science, sports, food—literally anything that strikes their fancy or haunts their imagination.
In Brick 94 you’ll find the latest from Russell Banks, Annie Proulx, Bill Gaston, Louise Erdrich, and Marni Jackson. Our Winter 2015 issue also features conversations with Jan Zwicky and Horacio Castellanos Moya, poetry by Michael Redhill, Jim Harrison, Barbara McLean, and Joshua Mensch, plus a fiction feast with stories and excerpts from Ben Lerner and Antonio Tabbuchi, among others. Tobias Wenzel takes cemetery strolls with Ko Un, Cees Nooteboom, and Héctor Abad; Jessica Cox and Cameron Jackson translate Francis Ponge; and Patrick Leigh Fermor reads The Brothers Karamazov.