Brick 70

Winter 2002



  • In this issue:
  • Jane Jacobs talks to Eleanor Wachtel
  • Lisa Moore deconstructs a photo of Wayne Johnston
  • Erin Mouré toasts Galician poet Manuel Rivas
  • Roo Borson channels the poet Basho
  • Two poems by D. G. Jones
  • Edward Said and Daniel Barenboim talk music
  • The making of the film Atanarjuat
  • Robert Creeley, Russell Banks, and David Young remember Fielding Dawson
  • Jeffrey Eugenides rediscovers Peter Handke’s A Sorrow Beyond Dreams
  • A memoir of John Wieners and Philip Whalen by William Corbett
  • John Ralston Saul decodes a photograph of General de Gaulle
  • Murray Bail on European translations
  • Margaret Atwood celebrates Timothy Findley and Peter Rabbit
  • Ramona Koval tracks down the Sarajevo Haggadah
  • Lorna Jackson flirts with Ian Tyson
  • Robert Fones repairs a fallen Paterson Ewen moon
  • Donald Ritchie’s The Inland Sea reintroduced by Pico Iyer
  • Michelle Orange interviews the creator of the Sistine Chapel
  • Poems by Lorine Niedecker
  • An excerpt from Baden Vance’s Henigan Rush
  • Cassandra Pybus investigates a literary hoax
  • Two Newfoundland drawings by Michael Winter
  • and a letter from Turgenev
  • Photos and illustrations by:
  • Oswaldo Salas, David Donald, Robert Fones, Larry Keenan, C. Sleppo, Paul Taillefer, Sue Vander Wey,  and David Young