Anthropocene: The Human Epoch is Jennifer Baichwal, Nicholas de Pencier and Edward Burtynsky’s third collaboration, following Manufactured Landscapes (2006) and Watermark (2013). Exploring humankind’s impact on the planet in visually stunning but often devastating portraits, The Anthropocene Project spans a . . .
When Eden Robinson first started writing, she thought grim and gritty stories were the key to being taken seriously. In this episode of Brick Podcast, she reflects on how, amidst gluten intolerance and hot flashes, goofiness has crept back into . . .
In this podcast, Ben Lerner reads his poem, “Index of Themes.” In our Brick 91, you can also read Catherine Bush’s interview with Lerner, where they talk about his novel Leaving the Atocha Station.
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For our special feature on endings in Brick 91, Jan Zwicky took a different tack than her fellow contributors. Instead of focusing on the ending of a beloved short story or novel, she moved us with her interpretation of a . . .
The versos that appear in Brick 90 were excerpted from the original eleven Versos that comprised the Writers’ Trust of Canada’s Annual Margaret Laurence Lecture delivered by Dionne Brand on May 25, 2012, at the Vancouver Public Library.
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In the inaugural Brick podcast, Teju Cole reads his review of Alice Oswald’s Memorial. The review appears in Brick 90, on newsstands now.
The conversation between Naomi Jaffa and Alice Oswald that appears in Brick 90 was first published . . .