Brick 68

Fall 2001



  • In this issue:
  • Jane Hirshfield writes about the hidden in Poetry
  • Anne Carson writes on Longinus & Antonioni
  • Dragland & Walsh rediscover Halòr Laxness
  • Hugh Brody talks to Eleanor Wachtel
  • Robyn Davidson remembers her mother
  • Lisa Moore betrays Michael Winter
  • A radio play by Anthony Minghella
  • Margaret Atwood draws more Book Tour Comix
  • Anchee Min addresses the lost daughters of China
  • Mahmoud Darwish translated by Forché & Akash
  • Nicholas Delbanco writes on Daniel Martin
  • Michael Winter draws dogs, stoves, maps, and a fish
  • Poetry By Jim Harrison and C.D. Wright
  • Friends with a convict, by Jeff Biggers
  • Virginia Woolf on Jane Austen’s unwritten novels
  • Rhonda Claridge goes to Cuba
  • Reza Baraheni on an incident in the Evin Prison
  • Peter Straus rediscovers A Mathematician’s Apology
  • Denis Sampson spends a year in Normandy
  • Raymond Carver through Kent Nussey’s eyes
  • And we remember R.K. Narayan
  • Plus, a special eight-page insert:
  • The Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women photographed by Deborah Luster
  • Photos and illustrations by:
  • Charles Potter, Michael Winter, Lisa Moore, Nancy Beattie, Gus Gusciora, Mary Breen, Reza Bahareni, David Bolduc, and R.K. Balaraman