Brick 107

Summer 2021



Get the digital issue (plus Brick’s entire Digital Archive) from $6.99
  • Eden Robinson writes into the void
  • Forrest Gander decodes the first microchip literature
  • Jaspreet Singh’s growing pains
  • Amitava Kumar sends a postcard from Mildura
  • Lisa Bird-Wilson gathers fallen feathers
  • Adania Shibli tracks a story’s delivery status
  • Rudrapriya Rathore on desire, double binds, and malleability
  • Camilla Gibb’s collages in the absence of words
  • Vinh Nguyen migrates through magical thinking
  • Jan Zwicky’s lost vocation
  • Helen Garner takes her foot off the brake
  • Joanne Leow extracts the petrofictions of Singapore
  • Iman Mersal locates invisible mothers (trans. Robin Moger)
  • Wolfgang Georgsdorf’s theatre of the nose
  • Nehal El-Hadi charts pandemic rhythms
  • Stanisław Łubieński on the nature of rubbish (trans. Antonia Lloyd-Jones)
  • Hebe Uhart monkeys around (trans. Robert Croll)
  • Eleanor Wachtel interviews Chris Ware
  • Poetry by Faith Arkorful, Erica Violet Lee,
    Nathaniel Mackey, Shane Rhodes, and Jan Zwicky
  • Fiction by Þórarinn Eldjárn (trans. Philip Roughton), Letizia Muratori (trans. Brian Robert Moore), Jessica Shabin, and Jack Wang
  • Plus artwork by Chris Ware, Eduardo Leal, Nam Phi Dang, and SETH