Brick 96

So much that can neither be written nor kept inside!
—Tomas Tranströmer


  • John Berger reads the natural world
  • Eleanor Wachtel talks to Sophie Calle
  • Elizabeth Farnsworth meets Mnemosyne
  • Stephen Marche on the Île de Gorée
  • Beth Follett and the sixty-year-old Jesus
  • Carrie Snyder gives herself away
  • Alissa York tests her memories
  • Shane Book’s own Philip Levine
  • José Teodoro in conversation with Joshua Oppenheimer
  • John McIntyre remembers James Salter
  • Hans Jürgen Balmes visits Tomas Tranströmer
  • Mike Hoolboom celebrates Mike Cartmell
  • Mike Cartmell buries the guns
  • A Letter from James Salter
  • A pictograph by Thomas Stone Man
  • Mostafa Heddaya on William Carlos Williams, obstetrician
  • Plus:
  • Fiction by Maylis de Kerangal, Sara Majka, Daniel Gascón, and Alex Pugsley
  • Poems by Jane Hirshfield, Don Paterson, Lynn Crosbie, and Geoffrey G. O’Brien
  • Reviews by Jocelyn Parr, Allison LaSorda, and Birna Bjarnadóttir
  • Featuring:
  • stef lenk’s illustrative art
  • Nancy Beatty’s lovely lines