Bricks From The Kiln #3
Published as text, image, and sound, this third issue of Bricks from the Kiln includes segments on: a contextual history of the oblique, one of the earliest marks of punctuation; an interview on interviewing; a revived ceremonial song lacking a melody; some soft rock for hard times; a visual essay punctuating the recorded voice of Virginia Woolf; a tour through the bowels of the Chicago Board Options Exchange; a bell tower score for a city-wide soundwork; a solo interview-cum-performance; an “aftereading”; Inuktitut syllabics as a mixture of semantics, poetry and marketing; and James Baldwin and Claudia Rankine in constructed conversation.
Featuring contributions from Bryony Quinn, Nayia Yiakoumaki & Matthew Stuart, Astrid Seme, Mark Owens, Paul Bailey & Sophie Demay, Till Wittwer, Emma Smith, Bruce McLean, Alexandru Balgiu, David Bennewith, Nontsikelelo Mutiti & Tinashe Mushkavanhu, James Bulley, and Peter Nencini
Edited by Andrew Lister and Matthew Stuart (Traven T. Croves)
Published by BFTK, 2018
Printed in a limited edition of 700 copies
Softcover, 120 pages with PVC dust jacket + insert, 6.75 × 8.90 inches