Paris Review, the #244
- Condition: New
- Language: English
- 264 Pages
- 13.34cm x 21.59cm (5.25" x 8.5")
- Published in New York, New York
- Summer 2023
- Frequency: Quarterly
John Keene on the Art of Fiction: “What my countereducation said at a very basic level was, You have value. Black people around the world are the center, they’re not the margin.” Sharon Olds on the Art of Poetry: “If I had to choose between a poem being therapeutic and it being a better poem, I’d want it to be a better poem.”
Prose by Lydia Davis, Jamie Quatro, and James Lasdun.
Poetry by Jessica Laser, Mirta Rosenberg, and Leopoldine Core.
Art by Jameson Green and Margot Bergman, and cover by Emilie Louise Gossiaux
Since its founding in 1953, The Paris Review has been America’s preeminent literary quarterly, dedicated to discovering the best new voices in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. The Review’s renowned Writers at Work series of interviews is one of the great landmarks of world literature.Hailed by the New York Times as “the most remarkable interviewing project we possess,” the series received a George Polk Award and has been nominated for a Pulitzer Prize.