Brick 113

If only you could read by scent, as dogs do, the history of walls and the earth beneath our feet, everything would change.
—Victoria Amelina


Available June 1. Pre-order now!

  • Robert Bringhurst on commerce, culture, and the bookseller’s crusade
  • Héctor Abad remembers Victoria Amelina
  • Andrea Luka Zimmerman writes Palestine’s present tense
  • Eleanor Wachtel interviews William Kentridge
  • Iman Mersal exposes the nihilism of the archive
  • Sanna Wani feels the love
  • Phillip Dwight Morgan on knick-knacks and sorrows
  • Jan Zwicky encounters George Whalley’s contemplative mind
  • Ronna Bloom ghosts the catfisher
  • Allison LaSorda en plein air
  • Poetry by Fady Joudah, Zoe Whittall, Suzanne Gardinier, Cassidy McFadzean, and Cornel Bogle
  • Fiction by Theresa Wong and Victoria Amelina
  • Plus artwork by William Kentridge and Lauren Tamaki