We’re excited to be launching a brand new Brick on Monday, December 3, 7:30 p.m. at the Melody Bar in Toronto’s Gladstone Hotel (1214 Queen Street West). Please save the date and join us for a joyful night as we celebrate another issue chock-full of essays and art, boasting such contributors as Edward Burtynsky, Kyo Maclear, Billy-Ray Belcourt, Jennifer Baichwal, Lisa Moore, Hiromi Goto, and Eden Robinson.
Come get your copy and enjoy readings by Catherine Bush, Phoebe Wang, and Chris Bailey. Follow along on Facebook page for more details closer to the event.
Chris Bailey is a fisherman from North Lake, P.E.I. He holds an M.F.A. from the University of Guelph. His work has appeared in Grain, the Town Crier, and on CBC Radio. His debut poetry collection, What Your Hands Have Done, is available from Nightwood Editions. Chris splits his time between P.E.I. and Hamilton.
Catherine Bush is the author of the novels Accusation, Claire’s Head, The Rules of Engagement, Minus Time, and Elemental, forthcoming in 2020. She lives in Toronto, where she is the coordinator of the University of Guelph’s creative writing M.F.A. program.
Phoebe Wang is a writer and educator based in Toronto. Her debut collection of poetry, Admission Requirements, appeared in 2017, and she recently co-edited The Unpublished City, Volume II. She works with Poetry in Voice and at OCAD University as a writing and learning consultant.
The launch venue is wheelchair accessible, AODA compliant, and has gender neutral washrooms.