A biannual literary magazine in circulation since 1977, Brick specialises in literary and creative non-fiction.
Featuring articles, book reviews, literary essays, travelogues, interviews, memoirs and delightfully inventive musings; Brick’s mandate is to challenge and to educate.
Packed to the brim with contributions from authors and others from the world over, Brick offers a comprehensive an intelligent examination of the literary and physical world with its broad array of articles and creative pieces.
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Brick is a fascinating magazine that engages with the wider experience of literary thinking and highlights the many varied success stories emerging across the globe. Thoughtful and subsequently thought-provoking, Brick is a high-brow publication that any reader serious in their belief in the importance of literature can enjoy. Strewn throughout its page are interviews from successful literary authors on their inspirations, insights from individuals who have witnessed great events, examples of contemporary poetry and a section entitled ‘the usual suspects’ detailing events and upcoming releases from featured authors.
Brick remains a magazine for both writers and readers, its diverse repertoire of articles serve as a convergence point for those whose interests lie squarely on reading and the thinking behind it. Alongside this is whimsical side to its writing and structure that invites readers to realise that Brick maintains something that many publications inherently lack or shed over the years: character. Its flair is its own and it wields this with a natural fierceness to entrhall and exhilarate. This publication is an enjoyable slice of the literary world, and a great doorway into it for those with the courage to crack it open.