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I live trembling that they won’t call me
or that they will, those idiots.

— Pablo Neruda

Brick 98

Winter 2017


Product Description

  • A correspondence between Sheila Heti and Elena Ferrante
  • Forrest Gander translates The Lost Poems
  • Edna O’Brien talks to Eleanor Wachtel
  • Kirsty Gunn goes bush
  • Reviews by Karen Solie, Tara Quinn, Lisa Moore, and Dale Smith
  • Jan Zwicky on sugar highs and discernment
  • Jonathan Butler in conversation with Tim Lilburn
  • Sunila Galappatti wrestles with her instincts
  • Commodore Ajith Boyagoda plays badminton with the enemy
  • Javier Montes searches for Elizabeth Bishop in Rio
  • Aaron Gilbreath finds Lucky Thompson in Seattle
  • Marina Endicott on her father’s foray into publishing
  • Paul Seesequasis reclaims stories from Everett Baker’s photographs


  • Michael Redhill, Adam Sol,Lynn Crosbie, Naben Ruthnum, Marina Endicott, Donna Morrissey, Christy Ann Conlin, Aga Maksimowska, Liz Johnston, and Pasha Malla fix the classics


  • Poetry by Pablo Neruda and Obi Nwakanma
  • Fiction by Nicholas Ruddock