9 episodes

A podcast from Brick magazine featuring interviews with writers, poets, artists, and storytellers featured in the journal’s pages. Hear what moves Brick’s contributors to create, what fuels their practice, and what they can’t stop thinking about. Hosted and produced by Sarah Melton.

Brick Podcast Brick magazine

    • Books
    • 5.0, 5 Ratings

A podcast from Brick magazine featuring interviews with writers, poets, artists, and storytellers featured in the journal’s pages. Hear what moves Brick’s contributors to create, what fuels their practice, and what they can’t stop thinking about. Hosted and produced by Sarah Melton.

    Episode 6: Amitava Kumar

    Episode 6: Amitava Kumar

    Brick editor Liz Johnston in conversation with Amitava Kumar to consider the nature of memory, the interplay of fact and fiction, and the power (and limitations) of the written word. This interview was conducted pre-pandemic, so no social distancing was compromised in the making of this episode. /app/uploads/Episode-7-Amitava-Kumar.
    Source

    Episode 5: Karen Solie

    Episode 5: Karen Solie

    In this episode of Brick Podcast, Neve Dickson interviews Karen Solie. Solie reads a poem from her newest book, The Caiplie Caves, which was featured in Brick 103, and discusses what drew her to write about the caves and the myths and figures surrounding them. https://brickmag.com/app/uploads/Karen-Solie-Interview.
    Source

    • 18 min
    Episode 4: Saidiya Hartman’s Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments Launch

    Episode 4: Saidiya Hartman’s Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments Launch

    This episode of Brick Podcast features Saidiya Hartman’s Toronto book launch for Wayward Lives, Beautiful Experiments, Hartman’s latest book, examining the revolution of Black intimate life that unfolded in Philadelphia and New York at the beginning of the twentieth century. Following a reading, Saidiya Hartman is joined by Christina Sharpe, Dionne Brand, and Canisia Lubrin for a conversation.
    Source

    • 1 hr 21 min
    READING: Ed Pavlić, Part 2

    READING: Ed Pavlić, Part 2

    Ed Pavlić reads “Beyond Simplicity: The Journey Toward James Baldwin’s Letter from the Birmingham Motel, Part 2.” Where part 1 of the essay explores the complex motivations that sent Baldwin travelling through the Deep South, part 2 traces Baldwin’s journey through essays he published after the trip and letters he wrote to friends and family while he was there. https://brickmag.com/app/uploads/
    Source

    • 47 min
    READING: Ed Pavlić, Part 1

    READING: Ed Pavlić, Part 1

    https://brickmag.com/app/uploads/Ed-Pavlic-Reading.mp3 Ed Pavlić reads “Beyond Simplicity: The Journey Toward James Baldwin’s Letter from the Birmingham Motel, Part 1.” Published in Brick 101, the piece explores the complex motivations that brought Baldwin back from France to the U.S. and sent him on a tour of the freedom movement in the Deep South.
    Source

    • 32 min
    READING: Canisia Lubrin

    READING: Canisia Lubrin

    https://brickmag.com/app/uploads/No-ID-or-We-Could-Be-Brothers.mp3 “After his usual taxi rounds, Gregory was supposed to pick us up from that restaurant on King Street…” Canisia Lubrin reads her short story “No ID or We Could Be Brothers,” which was published in Brick 101. Produced by Sarah Melton.
    Source

    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Top Podcasts In Books

Listeners Also Subscribed To