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The Paris Review

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What the staff of ‘The Paris Review’ is reading this week. tpr.ly/1P4gjbJ
After two-and-a-half years as the Daily’s Correspondent, Sadie Stein bids us farewell. tpr.ly/1VlTRMp
Help Me. I Think I Want to Go to the Burger King Spa tpr.ly/1sfASIa
The Golden Gate Bridge opened on this day in 1937. M.F.K. Fisher writes about jumping. tpr.ly/1WX8aJa
T.S. Eliot rejected ‘Animal Farm,’ counting genital euphemisms, canon fight, and other news. tpr.ly/1VluIl3
Tomorrow, the Golden Gate Bridge turns 79. Read this M.F.K. Fisher essay on jumping. tpr.ly/1WX8aJa
“Hottentot Venus,” a poem by Morgan Parker tpr.ly/1rPnRVs
Two more hilarious cartoons from the absurdist illustrator “Colonel” Glen Baxter tpr.ly/27TZAhF
Mary Karr, The Art of Memoir No. 1, interviewed by Amanda Fortini, published in The Paris Review no. 191 (Winter 2009). Link to full interview in bio. #memoir #marykarr #artofmemoir #writersatwork #writingadvice #writers #quotes #theliarsclub #womenwriters
Why are there so few courses in Soviet literature at American universities? tpr.ly/TS6lyB
The Joys of Eating a Hot Dog Standing up at the Airport tpr.ly/1UfcpLS
Queen Elizabeth declares 2016 the “Year of Punk,” and other news. tpr.ly/20GmMdO
RT @parisreview: Our week-long celebration of the absurdist illustrator Glen Baxter. tpr.ly/1VieLMr
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Picturing the Literary History of Word Processing tpr.ly/24LKt7r
Sir Richard Francis Burton’s adventures in India. tpr.ly/14IUSRB
“Free Dirt,” by Henri Cole tpr.ly/16Dva6s
Alan Hollinghurst was born on this day in 1954. Read about his discovery of J.R.R. Tolkien. tpr.ly/1lNr39p
New blurtings by the author who brought us “It Was the Smallest Pizza They Had Ever Seen.” tpr.ly/1VieLMr
There’s still time: solve these thirty malapropisms and win a free subscription! tpr.ly/20ruTuC
Title Fights: Who Gets to Name an Author’s Book? tpr.ly/1Rr8lDW
“Going to Chicago,” a poem by Lewis Meyers tpr.ly/25hBT0v
 
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