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.
Brick is edited by Michael Redhill, Linda Spalding, Michael Helm, Rebecca Silver Slayter, and Laurie Graham.
Brick 92 features essays by Tim Lilburn, Geoff Dyer, Mark Fried, and Yasuko Thanh; reviews by Alissa Valles, Craig Proctor, Birna Bjarnadóttir, Jessica Michalofsky, and C. D. Wright; poetry by Michael Dickman and Karen Solie; interviews with Richard Sennett, Javier Cercas, and photographer Eikoh Hosoe; and much more. Ali Smith celebrates the life and work of Harriet Martineau, Donald Richie revisits his Japan journals, and Elizabeth Farnsworth writes about Dakota's oil boom, with a special photographic insert from Terry Evans.