Introduced by Jacob Bermel In Brick‘s current issue, Jan Zwicky describes the experience of meaning as “the experience of a gestalt—either a shift out of chaos or a shift from one coherent arrangement to another, the perception of . . .
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“Do we need to muster the political will required to take the measures still available? Absolutely. But do we also need to consider how to encounter the reality of climate change, how to feel it, how to live with feeling . . .
All of us at Brick have noticed a new urgency in the work we’ve published over the past year. Maybe you’ve noticed it too. It can certainly be found in Brick’s 100th issue. This urgency—encompassing grief for the environment, . . .
Conceived in the brainpan of Michael Redhill, Brick columnist, editor emeritus, Giller winner, aspiring ocelot smuggler. We here at Brick understand that our subscribers expect to feel special. And why shouldn’t they? It’s due to our subscribers that . . .
Our heartiest, most exuberant congratulations to former Brick editor and publisher and current humour columnist (and future on-call ocelot smuggler?) Michael Redhill. We’re bursting with joy at his Scotiabank Giller Prize win for his wild, funny, thrilling new novel, Bellevue . . .
TORONTO/November 13, 2017 – Toronto-based Brick magazine will publish its one hundredth issue at the end of November. The release of Brick 100 coincides with the fortieth anniversary of the magazine. To celebrate, Brick will hold a very special launch . . .
Join us for an extra-special launch as we celebrate one hundred issues and four decades of Brick on Monday, December 4, at the Super Wonder Gallery. Save the date now (and don’t plan anything too strenuous for the next day) . . .
At the end of November, we’ll publish the magazine’s 100th issue, featuring Ai Weiwei, Anne Carson, Kamila Shamsie, Madeleine Thien, John Keene, Karen Solie, Garth Greenwell, Don McKay (who also appeared in the very first Brick), and many, many . . .
We’re delighted that Martha Baillie’s Brick 99 essay, “I’ve Found Her,” has been selected by the editors at Longreads. What a treat for those who’d like to read the piece online! Many thanks to Longreads contributing editor Aaron Gilbreath, who . . .
Brick 99 features an essay by Joni Murphy, author of the novel Double Teenage, which Chris Kraus named a book of the year in 2016. Subashini Navaratnam recently reviewed the book at Full Stop, writing that Murphy “is attuned . . .
Brick could use a hand around the office. We’re looking for volunteers based in Toronto to help with a variety of tasks, from working on our monthly newsletter and keeping our social media accounts active to proofreading and editorial assistance. . . .
If you’re in Toronto on June 5, please join us as we celebrate the launch of Brick 99. When: Monday, June 5, 7:30 p.m. Where: The Monarch Tavern (12 Clinton St.) Who: Hosted by Trillium-nominated Laurie D. Graham, and . . .
Some sad news for our Kobo readers: the company has discontinued their eMagazine platform, so Brick is no longer available for download at their store. But fear not! If you’re a reader who prefers to read Brick on your electronic . . .
Here’s a first glimpse of the cover of Brick’s 99th issue, featuring artwork by Kent Monkman. This issue will be out on June 1, and it promises plenty of good summer reading: An interview with Viet Thanh Nguyen Essays . . .