Brick 112

Who—or what—else might live inside me now? For a time I contained three hearts.
—Jessica Moore


  • Leanne Betasamosake Simpson goes to the breathing lands
  • Paul Holdengräber and Merve Emre visit Mrs. Dalloway
  • Douglas Kearney rescues the earth from the world
  • Jessica Moore on the smarginatura of motherhood
  • Jan Zwicky approaches Wittgenstein’s silence
  • Tina Campt defines Black gravity
  • Hao Guang Tse honours Wong May’s bad animals
  • Anna Lee-Popham reflects on protests past
  • Fatema K.’s suspended life in Afghanistan
  • Phina So returns to childhood attachments
  • Maggie Helwig traces death’s peripheries
  • Yoni Gutenmacher plays language games with AI
  • Eleanor Wachtel interviews Michael Ondaatje
  • Miss Chief Eagle Testickle lights the way forward
  • Poetry by Rob Winger and Fanny Howe
  • Fiction by Chris Bailey
  • Plus artwork by Kent Monkman, Thomas Jackson, Thaddeus Mosley, and Lauren Tamaki