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The Paris Review

“Gold Mine,” a short story by Claire Vaye Watkins…
When you casually tell @parisreview you pulled McCarthy's first novel from the slush. From Maxine Groffsky's interview in the fall issue:
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For those who always have wanted to emulate Nancy: we have T-shirts…
From our Fall issue: “Couples in the Death of Winter,” a poem by Patrick Mackie…
“A Dark and Winding Road,” a short story by Ottessa Moshfegh…
Frequent ‘Daily’ contributor @SamStephenson12 will be at @nypl tomorrow to discuss his book ‘Gene Smith’s Sink.’…
Our interview with @StephenKing is free this week. Find out what else we’ve unlocked in ‘The Paris Review’ Redux:
The world is treacherous. Roommates transgress unspoken laws. Lynda Barry can help. Send your questions for her to
From our Fall issue: “The Blind,” a short story by Sigrid Nunez…
"I don’t think there’s anything that I’m not afraid of, on some level." The @parisreview interview of Stephen King…
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.@BKBF is imminent! Pay us a visit at Booth #324, where we can chat about our Fall issue, pencils, bugs, the nature of existence, and more.
Meet the woman who reinvigorated ‘The Paris Review’:…
From our Fall issue: “Speech Acts for a Dying World,” a poem by Peter Gizzi…
“Jacksongrad,” a short story by Harry Mathews…
From our Fall issue: “Mr. Can’aan,” a short story by Isabella Hammad…
The excerpt from painter Duncan Hannah's 1970s diaries in the new @parisreview is a-ma-zing.
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“Sometimes the just pure luxury of long beautiful pencils charges me with energy and invention.” —John Steinbeck
“‘Ticonderoga’ is almost onomatopoetic.” —Nicholson Baker
“I became a writer because you could be a writer with a pencil and a penny notebook.” —Frank O’Connor
“I write with a felt-tip pen, or sometimes a pencil … I like the slowness of writing by hand.” —Susan Sontag
“Wearing down seven number-two pencils is a good day’s work.” —Ernest Hemingway
“I’m not picky, but my preference is for yellow legal pads and a nice number two pencil.” —Toni Morrison
“I want to see them all out in front of me, each one of the pencil adaptations, the pencil notations.” —David Mamet
“Charles Olson … used to compare journal keeping to the process of sharpening a pencil.” —Francine du Plessix Gray
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