Brick 67

Spring 2001



  • In this issue:
  • J. M. Coetzee talks to Eleanor Wachtel
  • Annie Proulx celebrates William Gass
  • Jim Harrison cooks meatbalss, talks Zen
  • Jonathan Lethem gets mugged
  • Anne Carson on sleep in The Iliad
  • Sharon Olds talks to Esta Spalding
  • Donald Richie considers Toshiro Mifune
  • A modest proposal from John Berger
  • Roo Borson’s persimmons
  • poems by Mukoma Wa Ngugi
  • Greg Curnoe on landscapes and nudes
  • Shawn Selway repairs a church
  • Colm Tóibín rediscovers Eugene McCabe
  • Guy Davenport visits Thomas Merton
  • Draft pages of North by Northwest
  • Caryl Phillips looks for home
  • Brian Bartlett meets a guará
  • Sue Halpern follows the monarch
  • Erin Mouré rewrites Pessoa
  • Hugh Barclay’s African marriage
  • Lost Classics from Eavan Boland and Peter Warshall
  • James Hilton writes to Dennis Wheatley in 1935
  • Photos and illustrations by:
  • Greg Curnoe, K. M. Graham, John Biggins, Shawn Selway, Jerry Bauer, Nathalie Robertson, C. Sleppo, Brian Bartlett, Adrienne Leahey, Hugh Barclay, and David Bolduc