Brick 77

There’s a fine line between fiction and non-fiction, and I believe I snorted it in 1976.
—Kinky Friedman


  • In this issue:
  • Leonard Cohen confesses to Shelagh Rogers
  • Edward Said on Jean Genet
  • Frank J. Sulloway survives the Galapagos
  • Falling off the wagon with Taras Grescoe
  • Michael Hofmann on translating Joseph Roth
  • Poetry from Karen Solie, Mark Strand, Ken Babstock, and Peter Dale Scott
  • In a Chinese garden with Baziju
  • Celebrating forty years of Coach House Press with Anne Michaels, Lynn Crosbie, and Karen Hines
  • Jim Harrison back in training
  • Helen Garner speaks movingly
  • Rosalind Brackenbury gets Sterne
  • Anik See takes Robert Bringhurst’s measure
  • A son’s memoir by Peter Behrens
  • New fiction from Caroline Adderson
  • Dmitri Shostakovich’s wartime letters
  • Photos and illustrations by:
  • Martin Helmut Reis, Megan Pinch, Walter van Broekhuizen, Emily Holton, David Bolduc, stef lenk, and David Hlynsky