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The New Brick Reader Paperback – November 26, 2013

ISBN-13: 978-1770894082 ISBN-10: 177089408X

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“Brick is one of the best, if not the best, journals of ideas published in the English-speaking world.” — Russell Banks, bestselling author of The Sweet Hereafter and Affliction

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Tara Quinn is a writer and contributing editor of Brick, A Literary Journal. Her writing has appeared in The Walrus, Toronto Life, This Magazine, rabble.ca, among other publications. She lives in Scotland.

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Born in Stirling, Scotland in 1982, I grew up across the ocean, in Ottawa, Canada. Apart from intervals in Edinburgh and Kraków I have lived in Montreal since 2000; it's the place I love best. Working mainly as a music journalist, I have written for publications including the Guardian, the Globe & Mail, the Walrus, McSweeneys.net, Brick, and the Believer. I founded the peculiar music-blog Said the Gramophone in 2003. I like talking to kind and interesting people, and I like stories, very much.

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