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The Paris Review
Harris Schiff, “Pure Poison,” published in The Paris Review no. 52 (Summer 1971). #poetry #purepoison #parisreview
“The Kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq” opens today (@FilmForumNYC)—we’re giving away 3 of these posters. RT to win. pic.twitter.com/oCilwEXDeg
Apply now to be our Writer-in-Residence. Applications due April 8th. bit.ly/WIR2015 pic.twitter.com/5zrMcqPJEh
Nothing is worse than being interrupted while reading. bit.ly/1GV8lJa pic.twitter.com/MS7KrXjiOI
“This is getting sort of borderline religious here.” Chapter 2 of our series “Big, Bent Ears” bit.ly/1ETJ5mr pic.twitter.com/EUlCE0KsyH
Our Spring issue has Elena Ferrante, Lydia Davis, Hilary Mantel, & much more. Subscribe today! bit.ly/1CpYpre pic.twitter.com/dApFGky5bf
Happy Birthday, Flannery O’Connor! Listen to her read “A Good Man is Hard to Find.” bit.ly/1HEPRjH pic.twitter.com/lVax1OZFhR
Gary Indiana’s art “recasts voyeurism as wonder”: bit.ly/1BLgriU pic.twitter.com/e3yMOZQkWY
Our Spring Revel is only a few weeks away! Get your tickets here. bit.ly/1CMu5rv pic.twitter.com/JncrCDaSHB
Michel Houellebecq’s been kidnapped? Good for him! bit.ly/1CmHndC pic.twitter.com/BIqOL4hmbp
How Gordon Lish’s first novel anticipated “The Jinx.” bit.ly/1ECJuqP pic.twitter.com/Rx5qVkNAWn
No dishes, no distractions. Apply now to be our Writer-in-Residence. bit.ly/WIR2015 @standardny pic.twitter.com/D8m3RK7TsC
Robert Creeley, The Art of Poetry No. 10, interviewed by Lewis MacAdams and Linda Wagner-Martin, published in The Paris Review no. 44 (Fall 1968). #writersatwork #robertcreeley #poetry #parisreview
What “The Jinx” has in common with Gordon Lish’s first novel. bit.ly/1ECJuqP pic.twitter.com/F7geqA4As4
On this day in 1839, the word “Okay” entered the national vernacular. bit.ly/1DPeYiw pic.twitter.com/mohsYbO6H2
No dishes, no distractions. Apply now to be our Writer-in-Residence. bit.ly/WIR2015 @standardny pic.twitter.com/oPPhMZQTUx
Roz Chast’s pysanky (Ukrainian painted eggs) bit.ly/1xzo1wp pic.twitter.com/VX4Rkw6Iga
No dishes, no distractions. Apply now to be our Writer-in-Residence. bit.ly/WIR2015 @standardny pic.twitter.com/PdpFG7vHhc
“Noise and sound isn’t music. It’s what you do with that.” @WordlessMusic @rockfishstew bit.ly/1MsefTx pic.twitter.com/jm4dUNu4ir