Brick 105

Summer 2020



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  • Jenny Erpenbeck returns to her East Berlin childhood
  • Michael Ondaatje and Edwidge Danticat
    celebrate Toni Morrison
  • Anne Carson’s letter from prison
  • Lina Meruane assumes a new identity in Palestine
  • Jan Zwicky on Jane Jacobs and the problem with humankind
  • kid teo reckons with Cambodia’s War Remnant Museum
  • Eleanor Wachtel interviews Masha Gessen
  • John McIntyre remembers Bo Huston and the writing of
    the HIV/AIDS epidemic
  • Madeleine Thien and Yoko Tawada talk translation
  • Howard Norman on his final visit with artist Jake Berthot
  • Rob Winger accidentally makes it new
  • Juan Gabriel Vásquez considers a life spent in story
  • Erin Wunker on the utility of boredom
  • A photo essay and conversation with Teju Cole
    and Joe Penney
  • Poetry by Brandi Bird, Louise Erdrich,
    Yam Gong, and Dean Rader